Tags » 1996 Atlanta Olympics

Jennifer Bricker - a gymnast without legs - an incredible story - 2 videos

Jennifer Bricker

Published on Aug 17, 2014 – She is the sister of gymnast Dominique Moceanu. Born without legs, she was placed for adoption by her parents. 74 more words

Guyanese Online

Music on Mondays (1-19-15)—One man come in the name of love

In 1997, Jim and I visited Atlanta, our main interest being the site of the 1996 Olympics and Centennial Olympic Park bombing, and the CNN headquarters. 223 more words

Music On Mondays

Gabby Douglas Inspired By "Magnificent Seven" Dominique Dawes

Before U.S Gymnastic women’s team won gold and Gabby Douglas became the first African American gymnast to win all around, Dominique Dawes was the first African American female to win an Olympic gold medal in gymnastics. 194 more words

Entertainment News

Who Was The First African American Female To Win Gold?

Before U.S Gymnastic women’s team won gold and Gabby Douglas became the first African American gymnast to win all around, Dominique Dawes was the first African American female to win an Olympic gold medal in gymnastics. 197 more words

Entertainment News

"Magnificent Seven" Dominique Dawes So Proud Of Gabby Douglas

Before U.S Gymnastic Women’s Team won gold and Gabby Douglas became the first African American gymnast to win all around, Dominique Dawes was the first African American female to win an Olympic gold medal in gymnastics. 215 more words

News

LONDON OLYMPICS AND LUCK OF OBAMA

The covetable victory of a nation in any olympics game is really a matter of luck for the President/Prime Minister of that country.
Here let us consider the chance of America in London games. 280 more words

Bill Clinton

Memories of past Olympiad.

As the 2012 Olympics begin in London, my brain is flooded with memories.

Memories of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, but perhaps more than just the Olympics, it was the few years prior. 361 more words

Soul-expose'