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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Gabrielle Douglas . Grace, Gold,and Glory; My Leap of Faith. by:Gabrielle Douglas and Michelle Burford The day she was born. she was also very poor. Got branched-chain ketoaciduria also known asmaple syrup urine disease. (wentaway when she was 6) She was alsovery flexible and he sister wanted her mom to put her in gymnastics. She was a show off and the teacher saidshe had too much rawtalent she was then put into TOP(Talent OpportunitProgram). A kip is when you geton the bar a certain way.she couldn't master it.She practiced it for 6-12hours. She got a bronzemedal when she got it. The Kip School life December 31,1995 Starting Gymnastics In Training Toddler years October2010 level up She wanted to work at a fasterpace and they weren't giving her enough things to do. She needed more skill to move on to moreadvanced things. Dominique Dawes inspired her to try harder. Left hometown and familyand moved to Iowa to becoached by elite trainer,Liang Chow. (age 14) The dreamwent away. She wanted to quit becauseshe felt home sick. She hadto tell her mom she wantedto quit. They met in the cornerof the lot at Chow's gym. Telling hermother She told her mom throughtext. The text basically saidthat gymnastics wasn't herpassion anymore and wanted to dance or do track. Her motherwas upset "you're breaking my heartbrie". Her mother questionedher and brought up all the thingsher mother and others did soshe could get this far in gymnastics.Her mother forces her to dogymnastics till the end of the season. She began formal gymnastics training at six-years-old. Had a big schedule after school. She was really smart and loved history. She was a tom boy. Olypics (age 16) Gabby was a part of the U.S. Olympic women's gymnastics team that won the team gold medal, and Gabby was the first African American to win gold in the individual all-around event. FACTS!!!!! -------------------------- -Gymnastics wasintroduced to the Olympics in 1862. -The first Olympics competition for women was held in 1928. -In Ancient Greece most of the gymnastics competitions were done in the nude. -The first Olympics competition for women was held in 1928. -Gymnasts use chalk to improve their grip, absorb sweat, and keep their hands dry. 2012 (age 16) 2015 (age 19) The biography "Gabrielle Douglas . Grace, Gold,and Glory; My Leap of Faith" by Gabrielle Douglas and Michelle Burford was describing the interestinglife of Gabrielle douglas. Within this biography it tellsabout all the major life events that has happened tothe Olympic gold medal winner of 2012. Quote- So many times in life we're faced with a choice: when a task becomes super difficult, will we flip out and quit, or will we stay focused and keep fighting?". --------------------------------------------------- Why i chose this quote...I chose this quotebecause i find it very inspirational and helpful.I feel this way about the quote because she is sayingthat things will get harder but you need to chose if you'regoing to give up are keep trying and work harder to achieve your goals. 7-9 yearsold 13-15 yearsold 10-12 yearsold Age of people that typically join gymnastics! How long people typically stay ingymnastics. 0-1 yr 2-3 years 4-6years 7-9years
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