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  1. Teens bring medal haul back from London


    The podium was a popular place to be for the high school-aged Olympians in London. Nine different girls earned at least one medal at the London Games, which came to an end with the closing ceremonies on Sunday. Team USA won a total of 104 medal...

    Blog | August 13, 2012
  2. Teens lead U.S. to gymnastics gold


    A group of teenagers gave the United States its first Olympic title in women's gymnastics since 1996. High school-aged stars Gabby Douglas, 16, Jordyn Wieber, 17, McKayla Maroney, 16, Aly Raisman, 18, and Kyla Ross, 15, lived up to the hype and ca...

    Blog | July 31, 2012
  3. Gabby Douglas: Jordyn Wieber will be OK


    U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas is a bit torn. The 16-year-old is happy for Aly Raisman, 18, who will represent the United States with Douglas in the all-around gymnastics finals at the London Olympics. But she's sad for Jordyn Wieber, 17, the reigning...

    Blog | July 30, 2012
  4. American teens set to take London stage

    Susie Arth

    There will be no easing into the Games for Lee Kiefer. Ditto for her fellow high school-aged Olympians Missy Franklin and Lia Neal. Kiefer, a recent graduate of Dunbar (Lexington, Ky.), will be going for a medal in individual foil on Saturday, the...

    Blog | July 26, 2012
  5. London Olympics: Let's hear it for the girls


    It's a record-setting roster for American women at the London Olympics, and 14 high school girls are featured on it. For the first time, women outnumber men on the U.S. Olympic team, 269-261 Among the 269 women are 14 high school stars: boxer C...

    Blog | July 11, 2012
  6. Gabby Douglas, Jordyn Wieber finish 1-2


    The United States will be in good teenage hands at the London Olympics. Gabby Douglas, 16, beat world champion Jordyn Wieber, also 16, for the first time Sunday night at the Olympic trials in San Jose, Calif. Wieber had been the favorite to win th...

    Blog | July 02, 2012
  7. Sweet 16s: Jordyn Wieber & Gabby Douglas


    Two 16-year-old Americans are poised to take their budding gymnastics rivalry to London and give the United States a solid 1-2 punch at the 2012 Olympic Games. Jordyn Wieber, the reigning world champion, won her second straight U.S. title on Sunda...

    Blog | June 11, 2012
  8. Meet 18 remarkable teen athletes

    Aimee Crawford

    Today's teens get a bad rap. A TV talking head recently dismissed all of "Generation Text" as "self-centered, materialistic, disrespectful and lazy." It left me SMH. He clearly never met the athletes featured in our 18 Under 18 package. We he...

    Blog | February 29, 2012
  9. 18 Under 18: Jordyn Wieber

    Alyssa Roenigk

    ESPNHS GIRL magazine recognizes 18 remarkable teen female athletes.

    Story | Conversation | February 28, 2012
  10. ESPNHS selects girls' 18 Under 18


    ESPNHS magazine's 18 Under 18 recognizes the nation's most incredible teen athletes.

    Story | Conversation | February 25, 2012
  11. Wieber Fever hits as Olympics approach


    Jordyn Wieber tries to keep a low profile. She takes English and nutrition classes at DeWitt (Mich.), attends school dances and finds time to cheer on her brother, Ryan, DeWitt's star quarterback. But after winning the all-around gold medal at...

    Blog | January 27, 2012
  12. ESPN The Magazine: Wieber is NEXT

    In its Jan. 9, 2012 edition, ESPN The Magazine tabs 16-year-old Jordyn Wieber as the NEXT big thing in gymnastics. Click here to find out why....

    Blog | December 29, 2011
  13. Superstars share Christmas pictures


    Who knew they were destined for greatness? Jordyn Wieber, Tamika Catchings, Christina McHale and other star athletes dip into their photo albums and share shots from Christmases past. Click here to see the gallery on espnW....

    Blog | December 27, 2011