Shawn Johnson: Watching Team USA take gold was 'surreal'
(Photo : REUTERS) Retired U.S. Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson reacts as the U.S. women's Olympic team is announced at the U.S. Olympic gymnastics trials in San Jose, California July 1, 2012. Four-time Olympic medalist Johnson, who announced her
In her engaging and enjoyable new memoir “Winning Balance” (co-written with Nancy Anderson French), former Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson reveals she had a hard time with that attitude herself. In fact, she was
After failing to make the 2012 women's Olympic gymnastic team, Shawn Johnson announced her retirement. But she is in London right now as the Olympics correspondent for Today.com, according to The Huffington Post. Johnson will also appear in Season
Shawn Johnson, the retired Olympic gold medal gymnast, reacts to the shocker that reigning world champion Jordyn Wieber wonâ ™t make the Olympic all-around gymnastics final.
From medalist Shawn Johnson to former NBC anchor Tom Brokaw, watch these insiders reminisce about just what makes the Games so magical. Print; Email; Comments. Tom Brokaw The longtime NBC anchor and Olympics host wasn't at the Los Angeles