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Elegantly poised, 14-year-wold Romanian gymnast Nadia Com neci dismounts after her ‘perfect ten’ uneven bars peformance at the Montreal Olympic Games. This unprecedented score wasn’t programmed into the scoreboard as it was assumed impossible to achieve. Therefore a score of ‘1.00’ was displayed, leading to much confusion amongst the crowd.

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July 2018

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