JORDYN WIEBER RUMORS

Gymnasts face complicated choice: Olympic endorsements or college careers

The end of her gymnastics career hit Jordyn Wieber suddenly. Too far removed from high-intensity training and ineligible to compete in college because she turned pro in high school, the 2011 world champion and 2012 Olympic gold medalist needed a place to vent. So Wieber at the time a student manager for the UCLA women's program made her way to the office of Bruins' coach Valorie...
Via CSN Chicago
July 20, 2016

Four years later, Jordyn Wieber reflects on Olympic experience

Four years ago, Jordyn Wieber stepped onto the floor in London as the reigning world champion and two-time national champion. At the end of the team qualifications Wieber found herself in fourth place. The top 24 gymnasts advance to the individual all-around competition. And, because Wieber’s teammates Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas had finished in second and third respectively...
Via Excelle Sports
July 06, 2016
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