Dominique Dawes Net Worth
Dominique Dawes's Net Worth is 2.5 Million
Dawes was contending as a lesser first class by the age of 10. She put seventeenth on the inside and out junior division at her first U.S. National Championships in 1988. In 1989, at 12 years old, she was sent to Australia to contend in her first global meet, the Konica Grand Prix. By the mid 1990s, Dawes was making progress both broadly and globally. She put third on the inside and out in the lesser division at the 1990 U.S. National Championships.
The group satisfying competitor set forth at the 1992 Olympic trials and was granted a place on the United States Olympic group.
In 1993, Dawes drove the opposition after three occasions, notwithstanding beating her more acclaimed partner Shannon Miller.
Dawes battled through a troublesome 1995 perplexed by the wrist and lower leg wounds. She completed fourth at nationals and was compelled to sit out the World Championships that year. At the 1996 World Championships, Dawes passed up a major opportunity for a decoration on the uneven bars however tied Liu Xuan for a bronze award on the adjusting shaft.
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Dominique Dawes Biography
Dominique Margaux Dawes-Thompson conceived November 20, 1976, in Silver Spring, Maryland. She is a resigned American masterful tumbler. Referred to in the tumbling group as ‘Amazing Dawesome,’ she was a 10-year individual from the U.S. national vaulting group, the 1994 U.S. all-around senior National Champion, a three-time Olympian, a World Championship silver and bronze medalist, and an individual from the gold-award winning group “Eminent Seven” at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Dawes is additionally striking similar to the principal African-American lady to win an individual Olympic decoration in aesthetic aerobatic, and the primary dark individual of any nationality or sexual orientation to win an Olympic-gold-award in vaulting. She is additionally one of just three female American gymnasts, alongside Muriel Grossfeld and Linda Metheny-Mulvihill, to contend in three Olympics and was a piece of their award-winning groups: Barcelona 1992 (bronze), Atlanta 1996 (gold), and Sydney 2000 (bronze). Dawes is the main female acrobat to be a piece of three Olympic-award winning groups since Lyudmila Turischeva won gold in Mexico City (1968), Munich (1972), and Montreal (1976). Since Dawes, Svetlana Khorkina is the main tumbler to finish this accomplishment, winning silver in Atlanta (1996) and Sydney (2000), and bronze in Athens (2004).
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