Gabby Douglas     Age: 16  Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA  Fun Fact: The Virginia native currently lives in Iowa, where she trains with Shawn Johnson's coach, Liang Chow, and "hasn't been home since 2010!" her mom tells Us.

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Gabby Douglas Age: 16 Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA Fun Fact: The Virginia native currently lives in Iowa, where she trains with Shawn Johnson's coach, Liang Chow, and "hasn't been home since 2010!" her mom tells Us.

Famous Birthdays, facts about Gabby Douglas

Famous Birthdays, facts about Gabby Douglas

Meet the US women’s gymnastic team: Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman, Madison Kocian, Laurie Hernandez, and Simone Biles. | Which Member Of The US Women's Gymnastics Team Should Be Your Bff?

Meet the US women’s gymnastic team: Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman, Madison Kocian, Laurie Hernandez, and Simone Biles. | Which Member Of The US Women's Gymnastics Team Should Be Your Bff?

A gymnast who truly loves her sport. She never stops smiling what an inspiration <3 gabby douglas

Us' Olympics Special Issue: Amazing Comebacks, Rookies to Watch and More

A gymnast who truly loves her sport. She never stops smiling what an inspiration <3 gabby douglas

Gymnastics Motivation Poster Gabby Douglas Champion by ArleyArt

Gymnastics Beginner Wall Art Daughter Wall Decor Gabby Douglas Gymnast Decor Wall Art Motivation 5x7"- 11x14" Every Champion Was A Beginner

"It's no coincidence that hair, one of the most visible markers and symbols of Black women's difference in a White-dominated culture, has become a focal point of Gabby's story. The media must forever make an issue of our difference, even in moments of triumph, but never in a way that engages with critical analysis of power and oppression. We'd rather focus on Olympians' finances than on the fact that the U.S. is virtually alone in denying government funding to Olympic hopefuls..."

"It's no coincidence that hair, one of the most visible markers and symbols of Black women's difference in a White-dominated culture, has become a focal point of Gabby's story. The media must forever make an issue of our difference, even in moments of triumph, but never in a way that engages with critical analysis of power and oppression. We'd rather focus on Olympians' finances than on the fact that the U.S. is virtually alone in denying government funding to Olympic hopefuls..."

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