Then and now – successful female gymnasts from the USA and abroad

[post_page_title]Aly Raisman – Then[/post_page_title]
Aly Raisman’s gymnastics career began when she was just two years old, and she quickly developed the sport into a lifelong passion.

In fact, she devoted so much of her life to the sport that she even left high school to pursue her dream of going to the Olympics, finishing her senior year of high school online. She would go on to win six medals for the United States, three golds, two silvers, and a bronze.
[post_page_title]Aly Raisman – Now[/post_page_title]
Aly Raisman has been competing in gymnastics competitions at the professional level for close to a decade and has continued to excel and succeed.

She also has the additional job of being a brand ambassador for UNICEF Kid Power, a UN funded venture to give kids wristbands which help track their exercise. She has also been in the news as of late after coming forward about the inappropriate behavior of the US gymnastics team’s doctors.

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