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Chellsie Memmel Announces Retirement
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2005 world all-around champion Chellsie Memmel announced her retirement from competition today. A member of the silver-medal U.S. Olympic team in 2008, Memmel also led the 2003 U.S. team to its first world championship team gold. She also tied for first on uneven bars with teammate Hollie Vise at those worlds, which were held in Anaheim, Calif. Read more.
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