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  • Like Olympic champs Olga Korbut, Nadia Comaneci and Mary Lou Retton, three stunningly talented young women who not only changed the face of their sport forever, but would help women's gymnastics vault over all other men's events as the centerpiece of Olympic broadcasts.

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  • My gym teacher took to calling me Olga, after Olga Korbut, the gold medal gymnast.

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  • My gym teacher took to calling me Olga, after Olga Korbut, the gold medal gymnast.

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  • Good ad my ass, Lee Atwater is doing Olga Korbut flips in his grave.

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  • Howard J. Weintraub, lawyer for Olympic gold medalist Olga Korbut, on his client's innocence.

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  • President Putin, Olga Korbut the gymnast, although she was a bit old at this stage, Rudolf Nureyev, except I think he might have died….

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  • In a statement, Angelides accused the governor of "... doing more flip-flops on immigration than the Wallenda Brothers and Olga Korbut combined."

    CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2006

  • Luke Perry, Dom Deloise, Olga Korbut and Strom Thurmond are among the dozens of celebrities name checked.

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  • I held my arms out and pranced, Olga Korbut style.

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  • Meanwhile, we want to bring in a special guest that we have with us here in Atlanta, four time Olympic Gold Medalist gymnast Olga Korbut is here with us.

    CNN Transcript Jul 13, 2001

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