Mary Lou Retton: Motherhood nudges public witness


January 13, 2000

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 …
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