The U.S. women’s gymnastics program has never enjoyed such worldwide domination as in August 2016, when they took home four gold medals, three silvers, and a bronze from the Rio Olympics. It’s been a long and steady climb for the U.S. team to ultimate success at the Olympic Games, beginning with our first medalists in 1948—including a very talented young woman named Consetta Caruccio.
Consetta’s parents, Russell and Lena, emigrated from Italy around the turn of the 20th century and raised the...
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