An abbreviated version of this story appears in Tuesday's Healthy Life section of The Oklahoman.
20 years after Olympic victories, Shannon Miller advocates for healthy lifestyles
A 20-year-old cartoon reminds Shannon Miller of both her home state and her international triumph.
The most decorated gymnast in U.S. history said she prizes a drawing by late The Oklahoman cartoonist Jim Lange that commemorates the two gold medals she earned at the 1996 Olympics.
“I have that on our shelves in our living room. I don’t keep a lot of Olympic stuff … but that was a piece from Oklahoma that I just absolutely had to have,” said Miller, who now lives in
By Brandy McDonnell Features Writer email@example.com | Updated: Mon, May 2, 2016
Gymnast Shannon Miller talks about her state and international triumphs and how she and the rest of the “Magnificent Seven” will be honored May 21 at the annual induction ceremonies for the Oklahoma City-based International Gymnastics Hall of Fame.
By Stephen Prescott and Adam Cohen For The Oklahoman | Published: Tue, Apr 26, 2016
Columnists Stephen Prescott, a physician and medical researcher with Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, and Adam, a marathoner and OMRF’s senior vice president and general counsel, discuss why Cohen was in so much pain two days after completing the Boston Marathon.
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