1996 Olympics Making history

Kerri fell on her first vault attempt, twisting her ankle. She had to try her second round and snapped two ligaments in her left ankle.

Her first attempt, she tore two ligaments in her left ankle. Her second attempt, already having an injury, she had her bone shifted forward from landing on it wrong.
The 1996 Summer Olympics were lead in Atlanta, Georgia.
That year, the Olympic torch was lit by Mohammad Ali, all-time famous boxer.
This is what Kerri came off of and tore her ligaments.
This is how they looked after the Olympics when they met with the Clinton family for their amazing win.
This is when they celebrated their 20 year anniversary for being the first U.S. team to win gold.
This is how they look now.
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