A new book has revealed the most famous and influential gymnasts from the Olympics and beyond.
In her book, author Joanna Colman reveals the full list of the world’s most-hated athletes and their favorite gymnasts.
The book features athletes who were on the Olympic team and other famous figures who have been controversial over the years.
It also features some of the most iconic gymnasts of the past decade and includes some of their biggest hits.
The list includes many of the athletes who have gone on to become world champions and some of those athletes are not shy about their distaste for athletes of colour, especially black athletes.
The Olympic medal-winning gymnast Simone Biles famously said: ‘If I had to pick one person who had been able to make a difference in the world, it would be you’.
And in 2014, the world famous American swimmer Usain Bolt said: I would love to have black competitors in the Olympics.
‘Black is my colour.
If I can be black in the same way that you can be white, then I can become an Olympic champion,’ Bolt said.
In 2016, gymnast Gabby Douglas was named as one of the 20 most influential athletes in the history of the sport.
The other Olympians on the list include gymnasts Simone Bile, Katie Ledecky, Katie Houghton, Jessica Ennis, Simone Manuel, Gabby Ellis and Lauren Hochuli.
Other Olympic medal winners include American gymnast Katie Lodecki, Canadian sprinter Gabby Chiappetta and American gymnasts Alex Dowsett, Nicole Hockley and Hannah O’Connell.
The 20 most-wanted athletes from the Games of 2020In the book, Colman said:I am sure you have all seen the photos of athletes that have been taken and shared on social media.
The photos are heartbreaking, but I also know that there is an amazing, inspiring spirit that is alive in the majority of athletes from these games.
This is not the only book about the Olympics, of course.
In her latest book, ‘The Greatest Olympians of All Time’, Colman tells a fascinating story of how her parents’ Olympic hero, Bob Hope, became her inspiration for becoming a coach.
Colman, who is originally from Georgia, said: He was always the first person I saw when I first heard about the Games.
I was a little kid and he was the one who said, ‘You can’t go to a Games, you can’t do anything’.
And it’s true.
He’s a legend in the sport of gymnastics.