Dominique Dawes - Floor Exercise - 1996 Olympic Trials - Women - Day 2
Olympic gymnast who won three medals with three different teams from 1992 to 2000, including the team gold in 1996. When her tumbling class was canceled, her parents signed her up for gymnastics. She was the first African-American athlete to win Olympic gold medal in gymnastics. She is the daughter of Don and Loretta Dawes and has a brother and sister, Danielle and Don Jr. She was teammates with Shannon Miller at the 1993 Gymnastics World Championships.
Age: 38 years old
Birthday: November 20, 1976
Birth Sign: Scorpio