It was one of the greatest moments in Olympic history. For nine years of her young life, Mary Lou Retton had worked toward the moment. She needed a 9.95 to earn a tie for the individual all-around gymnastics title at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. She needed perfection to win the title outright. As half the world sat riveted…
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