Retton was the first American woman to win the all-around gold medal with perfect scores on floor exercise and vault. The achievement skyrocketed her to stardom and made her one of the most popular athletes in the US, nicknamed America's sweetheart.Retton was eliminated in the sixth week of Dancing with the Stars. She shared on the show that she had gotten divorced from husband Shannon Kelley, whom she married in 1990. Retton's daughter McKenna Kelley followed in her mother's footsteps, competing in gymnastics for Louisiana State University in 2019. Retton could be spotted in the stands blowing kisses and holding up 10 fingers for a perfect 10.With seven medals, including two gold, Miller remains the second most-decorated American gymnast ever behind Simone Biles.Miller earned a law degree from Boston College in 2010. At 33 years old, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and underwent surgery and chemotherapy.With a clean bill of health, Miller became an advocate for women's health and a motivational speaker sharing lessons from her Olympic success and cancer journey. She also published a 2015 memoir, It's Not About Perfect: Competing for My Country and Fighting for My Life.Moceanu was also a member of the Magnificent Seven, the first US gymnastics team to win the team gold medal.Moceanu released a memoir called Off Balance in 2012 in which she alleged experiencing abuse from USA Gymnastics coaches Bela and Martha Karolyi. (The coaches denied claims of abuse in 2018 and defended their training environment.)Moceanu now runs her own gymnastics gym and speaks out about abuse in the sport, testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2017 that USA Gymnastics ignored reports of sexual abuse.Dawes medaled in Barcelona in 1992 at 16 years old, became the first Black person to win an individual medal in gymnastics at the Olympics in 1996, and returned again in 2000 for a total of four medals.President Barack Obama appointed Dawes as co-chair of his Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition in 2010. She has also worked as an Olympic analyst for Good Morning America and Fox Sports.Strug became a household name in 1996, when she successfully vaulted with an injured ankle to secure Team USA's gold medal.After the Olympics, Strug authored Landing on My Feet: A Diary of Dreams and earned a master's degree in sociology from Stanford. She also does charity work with organizations such as The March of Dimes, The Child and Family Network Centers, and the Prader-Willi Syndrome Association.Phelps had a vault named after her that is no longer in the Code of Points.Phelps founded the gym in 2010. It offers training in recreational and competitive gymnastics, All Star cheer, and tumbling.Lipinski became the first female athlete to land a triple loop-triple loop in competition, beating Michelle Kwan to win the gold medal. After a stint with the touring figure-skating show Stars on Ice, Lipinski began working as a commentator for NBC's Olympic coverage.Phelps didn't medal at his first Olympics in 2000, but he went on to become the most decorated Olympian of all time with a total of 28 medals, 23 of which are gold.Phelps retired after the 2016 Olympic Games. After seeking help for his own mental health struggles, he encourages others do the same through the Michael Phelps Foundation and speaks openly about living with depression. He is also a commentator at this year's games.Douglas was a member of the Fierce Five in 2012. At the 2016 Olympics in Rio, she narrowly missed the opportunity to defend her all-around title.Douglas has written two autobiographies: Grace, Gold, and Glory My Leap of Faith and Raising the Bar.She has also appeared on Undercover Boss and Special Skills, and she won The Masked Dancer as Cotton Candy in 2020.Maroney won the team gold in 2012 as a member of the Fierce Five, posting a higher score than any of her teammates with a near-perfect 16.233 on the vault. However, she appeared less-than-thrilled with her silver medal in the individual vault final.She has also acted on TV shows, including Hart of Dixie and Bones.Maroney recently spoke out about the abuse she endured as a gymnast in an Instagram post, comparing her experience with Britney Spears' fight to end her controversial conservatorship.She said: Britney's story resonates with me so much because just like Britney, I also had to 'fake it till you make it' to survive my 2012 Olympics. I was just trying to accomplish my dream, but I had abuse coming at me from many angles that I didn't understand how to process at 15. I had to suppress it, and I had to minimize it, just to get through the day.Ross grew up in Southern California and was close friends with teammate Maroney throughout her childhood. Ross didn't qualify for the finals in any individual events at the 2012 Olympics, but she did help the team to gold in the team all-around with strong scores on the uneven bars and the beam.In 2020, Ross was named Pac-12 Gymnast of the Year for the second consecutive year after finishing the season undefeated in the all-around after eight appearances. When she's not coaching UCLA gymnasts, she's working on her degree in molecular, cell and developmental biology.In addition to the team gold medal, Hernandez won silver in the individual balance beam finals.Hernandez won Dancing with the Stars shortly after the 2016 Olympics and appeared on TV shows such as American Ninja Warrior Junior, Celebrity Family Feud, and Sesame Street. She posted on TikTok that she's planning to study acting in college next year.