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In 2008 Nastia Liukin won 5 medals at the Olympic Games.
Nastia won a gold medal in the women's artistic gymnastic All-Around competition, a silver medal on the Uneven Bars, a bronze medal on the Floor Exercise, a silver medal on the Balance Beam and a silver medal from the Team Competition. Shawn - better at beam, pure talent Nastia - all around gold medalist, parents both Russian gymnasts For Shawn Johnson: SHAWN JOHNSON!
While she lost credit for her dismount, she also avoided a deduction for a fall, and earned a 15.175.
My whole experience on the national team with USA Gymnastics was nothing but positive." Liukin began gymnastics at the age of three because she was "always hanging around in the gym" with her parents, who could not afford a babysitter to look after her while they were working as coaches.. She also won the all-around in the junior division of the 2004 Pacific Alliance Championships. At the 2005 World Championships in Melbourne, she finished second in the all-around behind teammate Chellsie Memmel with a score of 37.823. However, she scored extremely well on the balance beam and was the only competitor in the meet, junior or senior, to earn a score over 16.00 on this event. 😱 @Nastia Liukin's performance in Beijing 2008 got the highest score in women's uneven bars at the Olympics since the new scoring system was introduced at these Games.#On This Day pic.twitter.com/pzhmf Pw B76 QUE MOMENTO!In contrast to her WOGA teammates Carly Patterson and Hollie Vise, who finished first and second, respectively, Liukin suffered a fall on the uneven bars that rendered her unable to finish the routine. In spite of her injury, in the qualification round, Liukin's bars set earned a 16.2, the highest score of any competitor on any apparatus in the meet. Liukin also qualified for the event finals on bars, where she took a small step on her dismount and finished with a 16.05, earning a silver medal behind Britain's Beth Tweddle.
She continued through the rest of the competition and, despite the incomplete bars set, finished 15th, which landed her one of the final spots on the U. Her bars routine in team finals scored a 15.7 and helped the U. Liukin's ankle injury required surgery, and the recovery period kept her out of both national and international competition for much of the year.
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