Dominique Moceanu: (about her gymnastics life) It was a strict environment, all business, very little compassion, and it was a job. A lot of the fun was taken out of it for me at that time. Let me give you an example. 10 years old, I had a torn hamstring. 12 years old, a wrist injury. 14 years old, going into the Olympics with a tibial stress fracture. 18, knee surgery. We were taught to be a warrior. Don't say anything. If you do, there are repercussions, and at the elite scene, you see a lot of coaches overlooking the injury because of that dream.