Shannon Miller remains the most decorated Olympic gymnast in United States history with seven Olympic medals— two gold, two silver, and three bronze. She is the only female athlete to be inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame – Twice! Individual (2006) and Team (2008). Shannon has won an astounding 59 International and 49 National competition medals. Over half of these have been gold. In 1993/94 Shannon became the first US gymnast to ever win back-to-back World All-Around Titles, and she is the first American female to medal in the individual all-around of a non-boycotted Olympics. She is the first US gymnast to win two World All-Around Titles. Her tally of five medals (two silver, three bronze) at the 1992 Olympics was the most medals won by a US athlete in any sport. At the ’96 Games, she led the “Magnificent Seven” to the US Women’s first ever Team Gold, and for the first time for any American gymnast, she captured Gold on the Balance Beam. In 2011, Shannon was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer. After surgery and treatment, Shannon is now cancer free and has remained open and public about her diagnosis and treatment. This mother of two continues to empower women to make their health a priority.