‘Magnificent Seven’ Olympic flashback on 20th anniversary

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Twenty years ago, seven U.S. teenagers earned the first U.S. Olympic women’s team title, inspiring many of the gymnasts who have now turned America into a burgeoning dynasty in the sport.

Amanda BordenAmy ChowDominique DawesShannon MillerDominique MoceanuJaycie Phelps and Kerri Strug took gold in the Georgia Dome on July 23, 1996.

Today, NBCOlympics.com pays tribute. LINKS:

HOMEPAGE
Celebrate the 20-year anniversary

ARTICLES
Magnificent Seven:
Where are they now? | 20-year reunion
Dawes: ‘We’re getting old, and it’s awesome’
Miller: ‘Hopefully we continue to inspire’
Strug: ‘The day my life changed’

Fast Facts: 20 things you didn’t know about the Mag Seven
Quiz:
How well do you know the Magnificent Seven?

ROUTINE VIDEOS
Amanda Borden on Balance Beam
Amy Chow on Uneven Bars
Dominique Dawes on Uneven Bars

Shannon Miller on Balance Beam

Dominique Moceanu on Floor Exercise
Jaycie Phelps on Floor Exercise
Kerri Strug on Vault

Bonus: Medal Ceremony Video
Bonus: Olympians commentate Strug’s iconic vault

MORE: Analyzing U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics team