Olympic gold medalist and former gymnast Kerri Strug sits down with HuffPost Sports to look forward to the upcoming Olympic
“It gives me amazing opportunities 20 years later."
Kerri Strug, Olympic Gold Medalist, sits down with HuffPost to talk about her defining moment and what life has been like since.
What I remember most are the incredible moments of human strength, the unbending determination of those who fell and then rose again, rather than the ones with the straight path to the golden podium.
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The London Olympics 2012 is officially underway and we're sure that during this year's events, we'll be watching many triumphant
Kerri Strug was only 17 years old when she won a gold medal on an injured ankle with the U.S. gymnastics team at the 1996
But in spite of her injury, Strug completed a difficult second vault, earning a score high enough to secure the gold medal
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