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2004 US Women's Olympic Gymnastics Team (pg. 2)

 

US Women's Olympic Gymnastics - Mohini Bhardwaj

Pamela Anderson donated $20,000 to Mohini Bhardwaj's training fund.

Age: 25
Height: 4' 10"
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
Fave Gymnastics Event: Vault
Mohini Bhardwaj Quote: "The reason I do gymnastics is I love to compete. I love the adrenaline, the pressure, the satisfaction of doing well."
Mohini Bhardwaj Fact: Former Baywatch babe, Pamela Anderson, donated $20,000 towards Mohini's training fund - which was a big help in getting her to the Olympics.

 

 

US Women's Olympic Gymnastics - Terin Humphrey
Terin Humphrey's favorite gymnastics event is the bars.

Age: 17
Height: 4' 8" 1/2
Hometown: Bates City, Missouri
Fave Gymnastics Event: Bars
Terin Humphrey Quote: "We appreciate it a lot. We thank all the fans for doing it for us. Every little bit helps to get our family where they need to go," Terin says about the sponsors that donated money to her Olympic trip.
Terin Humphrey Fact: Terin and Courtney McCool are teammates at the Great American Gymnastics Express gym in Missouri.

 

 

US Women's Olympic Gymnastics - Annia Hatch
Annia Hatch is originally from Cuba.

Age: 26
Height: ?
Hometown: Guantanamo, Cuba
Fave Gymnastics Event: Vault
Annia Hatch Quote: "The advantage is that I've been in gymnastics longer, have more experience, and more work in my body, which can be a disadvantage as well. But at the same time, if you work and [kwlink]eat healthy[/kwlink], you will have more advantage than disadvantage."
Annia Hatch Fact: Annia Hatch and her husband Alan Hatch own Stars Elite Gymnastics Academy gym in West Haven, Connecticut, where they both coach.

 

 

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