Still Beaming Success has followed the only U.S. women's gymnastics team to win Olympic gold, at the '96 Atlanta Games

July 11, 2004

DOMINIQUE DAWES 27

THEN: Second-highest U.S. all-around score in team competition.
Bronze in floor made her the first African-American to win
individual event medal in gymnastics.

NOW: Has worked as a musical actress on Broadway and in music
videos. In January becomes president of Women's Sports
Foundation's board of trustees.

DOMINIQUE MOCEANU 22

THEN: Finished 11th in all-around of team competition but did not
compete in all-around final because she was fourth among
Americans. (Only three advance per country.) Also just missed
winning an individual bronze in floor, finishing fourth.

NOW: Majoring in business marketing at the University of Akron.

KERRI STRUG 26

THEN: Became an Olympic icon when she stuck the landing of her
near-perfect second vault despite torn ligaments in her left
ankle. Coach Bela Karolyi carried her to the podium for the
medals ceremony.

NOW: Lives in Washington, D.C., and is executive assistant to the
general counsel of the Treasury Department.

AMY CHOW 26

THEN: Contributed to team gold in two events, then went on to win
silver medal in the uneven bars with a double twisting double
back salto dismount, a move no other competitor even attempted.

NOW: Second-year medical student at Stanford. Still coaches
gymnastics part time but now competes in the pole vault.

JAYCIE PHELPS 24

THEN: Led off rotations for the U.S. during team competition and
finished 17th in the all-around but, like Moceanu, did not
compete in all-around final.

NOW: Coaches gymnastics in Colorado Springs and is engaged to
men's Olympic team member Brett McClure. Their wedding date is
Feb. 10, 2005.

AMANDA BORDEN 27

THEN: U.S. captain competed in two events during team
competition, finishing fourth among Americans in floor and fifth
on the squad in beam.

NOW: Owns and operates Gold Medal Gymnastics Academy in Tempe,
Ariz. Six members of the Magnificent Seven were reunited at its
grand opening in May.

SHANNON MILLER 27

THEN: Top-scoring American in team competition, with the
second-highest all-around point total. Won individual gold in the
balance beam.

NOW: Attending Boston College Law School, where she plans to
enroll in a JD-MBA dual-degree program. Will be a commentator for
NBC in Athens.

B/W PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY WALTER IOOSS JR. FOUR COLOR PHOTOS: KRIS OLTMANNS COLOR PHOTO: COURTESY OF AMANDA BORDEN COLOR PHOTO: KEVIN WINTER/GETTY IMAGES COLOR PHOTO: MARK MAINEZ/GETTY IMAGES

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)