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Memmel Withdraws from Pan Am Games
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Still nursing a sore shoulder, 2008 Olympian Chellsie Memmel has withdrawn from the U.S. team to next month's Pan American Games. Memmel, who won the 2003 Pan Am Games, injured her shoulder on bars at the U.S. championships in August. First-year senior Grace McLaughlin is set to replace Memmel on the squad, USA Gymnastics announced Friday evening.

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HeatherW said:

Stick a fork in her her; she's done. I doubt she'll be back. She is such a tough athlete though. I wish she could make it back again. She is one tough hombre.
September 23, 2011
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