Found February 26, 2013 on Unathletic:
Aly Raisman left the London Olympics with three medals, the most of any American gymnast last summer but her life is about to change. Just ask Shawn Johnson or Kristi Yamaguchi. Both won Olympic gold medals but became better known for winning “Dancing With the Stars.” Raisman and former figure skating champion Dorothy Hamill became the latest Olympic gold medalists to join the show when the contestants for season 16 were announced Tuesday morning. The first show airs on March 18. [Continue Reading] I, personally, though McKayla Maroney was a lock for this show. I’ll take Raisman though, she’s kind of cute. Now we just have to hope she doesn’t get paired up with that dude that beat up Hope Solo. I love that dude, he just chills for half a year and then waits for the show to hand him some fresh meat. I hope he gets the ugliest contestant this year. Just watch.. if he does he’ll beat her up. The post Olympic Gymnast Aly Raisman Joins ‘Dancing With the Stars’ appeared first on Unathletic.

Olympic gold gymnast Aly Raisman doing DWTS

Need a fierce five update? Aly Raisman will compete in ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” just like she competed in the 2012 London Olympics floor exercise with Jordyn Wieber and the balance beam with Gabby Douglas. Aly Raisman and the fierce five won gold and fame this past summer. Now Aly Raisman goes to DWTS. And since we’re “Fair and Balanced” according to Fox News: ...
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