BOSTON (CBS) - She went from a virtual unknown teenager from Needham, to one of America's golden girls. Fresh off her triple-medal winning trip to London, Aly Raisman sat down with WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Joe Mathieu to talk about her Olympic experience, and all of the attention she has received since returning home.
Raisman, who trains at Brestyan's American Gymnastics Club in Burlington, was part of the gold medal winning U.S. Gymnastics team. Aly also claimed an individual gold medal on the floor exercise, and a bronze medal on the balance beam.
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Since Aly returned home, it's been a whirlwind of police escorts, paparazzi and endorsement deals.
She spent a full hour on WBZ's monthly show, NewsWatch with Joe Mathieu.
Aly Raisman on life post-Olympics, getting advice from Bob Kraft, and her upcoming tour:
Aly Raisman on the paparazzi, celebrity Tweets, and talking to the President:
Aly Raisman on endorsements, her pre-game meal routine, and her parents:
Aly Raisman on dealing with the pressure, tie-breakers, and winning gold:
Aly Raisman on life inside the Olympic Village and her future:
Aly Raisman on growing up in gymnastics and her advice for young gymnasts:
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