Dominique Dawes

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Dominique Dawes
Medal record
Women's gymnastics
Competitor for the  United States
Olympic Games
Gold 1996 Atlanta Team
Bronze 2000 Sydney Team
Bronze 1996 Atlanta Floor
Bronze 1992 Barcelona Team
World Championships
Silver 1994 Dortmund Team
Silver 1993 Birmingham Balance Beam
Silver 1993 Birmingham Uneven Bars
Bronze 1996 Puerto Rico Balance Beam
American Cup
Gold 1994 Orlando All-around
U.S. Senior Nationals
Gold 1996 Knoxville Vault
Gold 1996 Knoxville Uneven Bars
Gold 1996 Knoxville Balance Beam
Gold 1996 Knoxville Floor
Gold 1995 New Orleans Uneven Bars
Gold 1995 New Orleans Floor
Gold 1994 Nashville All-Around
Gold 1994 Nashville Vault
Gold 1994 Nashville Uneven Bars
Gold 1994 Nashville Balance Beam
Gold 1994 Nashville Floor
Gold 1993 Salt Lake City Vault
Gold 1993 Salt Lake City Balance Beam
Gold 1992 Columbus Uneven Bars
Gold 1991 Cincinnati Floor
Silver 1993 Salt Lake City All-Around
Silver 1993 Salt Lake City Floor
Bronze 1995 New Orleans Balance Beam
Bronze 1993 Salt Lake City Uneven Bars

Dominique Dawes (born November 20, 1976 in Silver Spring, Maryland) is a retired gymnastics performer. She won multiple medals. As a member of the US National Gymnastic Team, she won a gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics.[1] She was a ten year member of US National Gymnastic Team.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Team Gold for Dawes Was Only Part of Plan" Christopher Clarey, The New York Times, July 28, 1996