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Kevin Tans Coaches Comment on His Olympics Performance

Sing Tao Daily, Posted: Aug 14, 2008

SAN FRANCISCO Chinese American gymnast Kevin Tan led United States male gymnastic team to a bronze medal in the Beijing Olympics. Tan started his gymnastic training at seven, reports the Sing Tao Daily. Paul Odez, Tans first coach who trained him for four years was impressed with Tans Olympic performance. Odez mentioned that Tans mother died when he was in high school but even then Tan didnt quit. Ting Su, his Chinese American gymnastic coach from Tianjin, said Tan has done his best for the Olympics. Tan was born and raised in Fremont in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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