Tatum Webb timeline Shawn Johnson
Shawn made the Pre-Team when she was six years old.
Shawn competed the wrong floor rountine. Luckily the judges taught the routine to her and she made the Elite team by .0025 points. Shawn made this team when she was twelve.
Chow, Shawn's coach, emailed a video of her performing to Karolyis' camp. They excepted her into the camp when she was twelve.
Shawn competed in the Virginia Beach meet.
Since Shawn placed fourth in the Women's meet, she got invited to go to a camp at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
Shawn made the highest junior level-10.
Shawn placed second on floor, fourth in all around and on vault. She also won first on beam.
Shaw qualified as an Elite Gymnast and made it to Karolyi's camp. Shawn was then selected to compete on the National team.
Shawn got first place in all-around, vault, and floor in Belgium.
Shawn was preparing for the championship that would be held in St. Paul, MN in August.
Shawn won first all-around as a junior at the Visa Championships.
Shawn was automatically on the team because she had done so well in all of her competitions.
Shawn won the all-around.
The USA team won gold in Germany at the competition. The USA team was not favored to win the all-around, but they pulled through.
Shawn won the gold for all-around. Shawn placed first allowing her to go to the World Championships.
Five thousand athletes came from all over America. The participants competed in over three hundred events. Shawn ended up being crowned all-around champion. She lead USA to a team title.
Iowa State Historical Building named October 17 Shawn Johnson Day.
Shawn was in a skiing accident and torn her ACL. The injury may have jeopardized her gymnastics career. Shawn also torn her meniscus, and also torn her anterior cruciate ligament, medial collateral ligament.
Nastia won gold and Shawn won silver. It was the first time America had won gold and silver in the highly prized women's' all-around.
The USA gymnast won the silver metal.
The city of Iowa proclaimed that September would be Shawn Johnson Month.
Shawn and her partner Mark Ballas won the mirror ball trophy.
Shawn was nominated for The Sullivan. It was the biggest honor there id for amateur athletes. She was the first gymnast toever win.
Shawn won the gold on beam. Her score was 16.225.
Shawn was invited again to go to Karolyi's camp to train for the Olympics again.
Shawn tied third on beam, and gave a clean performance on uneven bars and vault.
Shawn was the first gymnast to sign a sponsorship.
Shawn didn't make the Olympic team and ended her gymnast career.
Shawn had to go through therapy for her knee.