Olympics Gymnastics

How many men and women competed in gymnastics events at the 2004 Olympics?

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2007-12-03 00:25:15
2007-12-03 00:25:15

Well I think many people were inspired by Carly Patersons victory and I know she has many fans all over...did you know she quit gymnastics to become a singer??

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