Shannon Miller

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Before the arrival of Simone Biles, Shannon Miller was without question the most accomplished gymnast in American history. After narrowly missing out on an Olympic AA title in 1992, Miller would go on to dominate the next quad, especially in its early years. She won back-to-back AA titles at the World Championships and was part of the famed Magnificent-Seven which won team gold at the 1996 Olympics. During Event Finals in Atlanta Shannon Miller won a gold medal on beam. It marked her 16th and final career medal, her 7th Olympic medal, and her first Olympic gold medal. Shannon Miller would make an attempt to become a 3x Olympian. She made it all the way to the 2000 U.S. Trails, but failed to make the team and retired shortly afterwards.

Olympics & World Championships:

Results:

1989
International Junior Championships: 6th-AA, 4th-UB
Jr. American Classic: 1st-AA
US Olympic Festival: 6th-AA, 1st-UB

1990
American Classic: 2nd-AA
American Cup: 6th-AA (Qualifying)
International Mixed Pairs: 17th-Team
Jr. Peachtree Classic: 4th-AA
US Classic: 2nd-AA
US Championships: 8th-AA
USA-URS Dual Meet: 2nd-Team, 6th-AA

1991
American Cup: 3rd-AA (Qualifying)
International Mixed Pairs: 9th-Team
DTB Cup: 3rd-AA, 3rd-VT, 2nd-UB, 5th-BB, 1st-FX
Gander Memorial: 1st-AA
Swiss Cup: 1st-Team
US Championships: 7th-AA, 3rd-VT, 1st-BB, 6th-FX
US Classic: 2nd-AA
World Championships: 2nd-Team, 6th-AA, 6th VT, 2nd-UB, 6th BB, 4th-FX

1992
American Cup: 3rd-AA
International Mixed Pairs: 1st-Team
US Championships: 34th-AA
US Olympic Trials: 1st-AA
Olympic Games: 3rd-Team, 2nd-AA, 6th-VT, 2nd-BB, 3rd-UB, 3rd-FX

1993
American Cup: 1st-AA, 1st-VT, 1st-UB, 1st-FX
International Mixed Pairs: 4th-Team
US Championships: 1st-AA, 2nd-VT, 1st-UB, 3rd-BB, 1st-FX
US Olympic Festival: 1st-AA, 1st-VT, 1st-UB, 2nd-BB, 1st-FX
USA-BLR-UKR Tri-Meet: 1st-Team, 1st-AA
World Championships: 1st-AA, 1st-UB, 8th-BB, 1st-FX

1994
American Cup: 18th-AA (Qualifying)
Goodwill Games: 2nd-AA, 2nd-VT, 2nd-UB, 1st-BB, 1st-FX
US Championships: 2nd-AA, 2nd-VT, 2nd-UB, 2nd-BB, 2nd-FX
World Championships: 1st-AA, 7th-VT, 1st-BB, 4th-FX

1995
American Classic: 1st-AA
American Cup: 4th-AA (Qualifying)
Pan American Games: 1st-Team, 1st-AA, 2nd-VT, 1st-UB, 1st-FX
US Championships: 2nd-AA, 1st-VT, 3rd-FX
US World Trials: 2nd-AA
World Championships: 3rd-Team, 12th-AA, 7th-UB, 4th-BB

1996
Olympic Games: 1st-Team, 8th-AA, 8th-VT, 1st-BB
US Championships: 1st-AA
US Olympic Trials: 1st-AA

1997
International Mixed Pairs: 3rd-Team
University Games: 2nd-Team, 1st-AA

2000
US Olympic Trials: 13th AA

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Results are taken from Score for Score, The Gymternet, GymnasticGreats, My Meet Scores, Gymn-Forum, the official websites of various national gymnastics federations, newspaper clippings, classic gymnastics magazines, and in some cases, were provided by the gymnasts themselves. An explanation for the meaning of these undefined symbols can be found here.

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