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Here’s What The 1996 Olympics U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team Looks Like Now

20 years later and they still inspire🏅

With the 2016 Rio Olympics approaching, we’re celebrating by looking back at the U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics team that won its first-ever gold medal in 1996.

Take a trip down memory lane by seeing what that dream team, dubbed the Magnificent Seven, is up to now.

  • The Magnificent Seven in 1996:
    Kerri Strug, Jaycie Phelps, Dominique Moceanu, Shannon Miller, Dominique Dawes, Amy Chow and Amanda Borden (L-R) pose after t
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    Kerri Strug, Jaycie Phelps, Dominique Moceanu, Shannon Miller, Dominique Dawes, Amy Chow and Amanda Borden (L-R) pose after the finals of the Women's Optionals at the 1996 U.S. Olympic women's gymnastic trials in Boston.
  • The Magnificent Seven now:
    Kerri Strug, Dominique Moceanu, Jaycie Phelps, Dominique Dawes, Amy Chow and Amanda Borden (L-R) wave during the Parade of Ol
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    Kerri Strug, Dominique Moceanu, Jaycie Phelps, Dominique Dawes, Amy Chow and Amanda Borden (L-R) wave during the Parade of Olympians Celebration in San Jose, California.
  • Shannon Miller in 1996:
    Doug Pensinger via Getty Images
  • Shannon Miller now:
    Miller, 39, is the president of&nbsp;a <a href="http://shannonmiller.com/shannon-miller" target="_blank">lifestyle and fitnes
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    Miller, 39, is the president of a lifestyle and fitness company and lives in Jacksonville, Florida. She is married with two kids and is an ovarian cancer survivor.
  • Amanda Borden in 1996:
    Doug Pensinger via Getty Images
  • Now:

    Ready for Rio!!!

    A photo posted by Amanda Borden (@amandakborden) on

    Borden, 39, is the owner of a gymnastics center in Tempe, Arizona, and is married with three kids. She is also a gymnastics and cheerleading commentator for CBS Sports, Fox Sports, ESPN and NBC.
  • Dominique Moceanu in 1996:
    Mike Powell via Getty Images
  • Dominique Moceanu now:

    Happy Saturday!

    A photo posted by Dominique Moceanu (@dominiquemoceanu) on

    Moceanu, 34, owns a jewelry line and is married with two children. She is the author of a memoir called Off Balance.
  • Dominique Dawes in 1996:
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  • Dominique Dawes now:
    Dawes, 39, is a motivational speaker, broadcaster and married with two children. She is currently co-chair of President Obama's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition.
  • Kerri Strug in 1996:
    Mike Powell via Getty Images
  • Kerri Strug now:

    My family is the best! Love you Tyler and Robert.

    A photo posted by Kerri Strug Fischer (@kerristrug) on

    Strug, 38, has been working for the U.S. government. According to her website, she splits her time between Arizona and Washington, D.C. She is married with two kids.
  • Jaycie Phelps in 1996:
    Doug Pensinger via Getty Images
  • Jaycie Phelps now:

    Goofball #JayciePhelps (do you recognize the flowers? #1996 award flowers!) #reunion #atlanta

    A photo posted by Shannon Miller (@shannonmiller96) on

    Phelps, 36, is the owner of a sports training facility in Greenfield, Indiana. She co-founded the athletic center with her husband, Dave Marus, and her father.
  • Amy Chow in 1996:
    Pascal Rondeau via Getty Images
  • Amy Chow now:

    Cheers to 20 years! #Olympics #Goldmedalists #Gymnastics 🏅

    A photo posted by Dominique Moceanu (@dominiquemoceanu) on

    Chow, 38, graduated from Stanford and is a pediatrician living in California. She is married and has two sons.

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