Rated S One Month Anniversary
By: Ms. K & J
We just want to say Thank You to all our followers, and people who come to our blog. We really appreciate all the love and support not only from our friends, family, classmates, co-workers, but also new followers. As we look back on our first month of articles we posted please leave suggestions or ideas you would want to hear or see on our blog. We want to hear from you please provide positive feedback of what you like and dislike, because we want to make sure we are catering to all women.
By: Ms. K
Did you know that Dominique Dawes was the first African American women to win an individual Olympic medal in gymnastics?
Dominique Dawes was born November 20, 1976, in Silver Spring, Maryland. She started gymnastics at the tender age of 6. When she was 9 years old she wrote the world “Determination” in crayon on the mirror to prepare her for competitions. In 1988 she became the first to make the national women’s team. At the National Champions in 1994 she won all around gold for her individual events, that was not done since 1969.
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