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first_imgI got the Wood ⚓️💍 #GettingTheW #ShipFacedA post shared by Samantha Cerio (@sam_cerio) on Jun 3, 2019 at 10:01am PDT”Walking down the aisle was something that really made the wedding day that much sweeter,” Cerio said. “I’m really stubborn and want to accomplish goals that I set for myself, and I don’t know if our friends and family were all that surprised, but it was something that definitely helped make the wedding day even better.”The former gymnast now lives in Charleston, S.C., with her husband, where she continues her rehab and works for Boeing. One month after her graduation, she walked 25 steps down the aisle at her wedding. View this post on Instagram Be so positive that negative people don’t want to be near you. pic.twitter.com/sKx5cXePlV— sam_cerio (@sam_cerio) April 10, 2019MORE: Auburn gymnast Sam Cerio breaks both legs during routineFrom espnW:”People tagged her, her family and friends on Twitter when they shared the videos, forcing them all to relive a moment they wanted to forget. Friends begged strangers to stop sharing the video on Facebook. An Auburn professor showed the video in an exercise science class, and one of Cerio’s teammates had to sit there and watch, crushed.” Samantha Cerio, the Auburn University gymnast who dislocated both of her knees and tore multiple ligaments during a collegiate competition in April, recently opened up about the career-ending injury in an interview with espnW.Video of the gruesome injury quickly went viral, prompting the college senior to post a statement to social media that concluded, “my pain is not your entertainment.” Friday night was my final night as a gymnast. After 18 years I am hanging up my grips and leaving the chalk behind. I couldn’t be prouder of the person that gymnastics has made me to become. It’s taught me hard work, humility, integrity, and dedication, just to name a few. It’s given me challenges and road blocks that I would have never imagined that has tested who I am as a person. It may not have ended the way I had planned, but nothing ever goes as planned. Thank you Auburn family for giving me a home and a chance to continue doing the sport that will always be my first love. I am honored to have had the privilege to represent the navy and orange AU for the past 4 years with my team by my side. Thank you for letting me share my passion with you. Thank you for letting me be a part of something bigger than myself. War Eagle Always 💙🧡A post shared by Samantha Cerio (@sam_cerio) on Apr 7, 2019 at 10:30am PDT“I was in disbelief that some people found enjoyment in watching the video and being able to post it: ‘Oh my gosh, look at what this girl did,’ laughing at it,” Cerio said. “You go from this very high moment of seeing college gymnasts go viral for floor routines and getting 10s everywhere to a very stark difference when someone gets injured, and it’s not something people are used to seeing in the sport.”Cerio was flown by private plane to Birmingham, Ala., for the surgery, performed by Dr. James Andrews and Dr. Benton Emblom. Emblom told espnW:”Just to put things in perspective, Dr. Andrews has been taking care of athletes for 45 years, and he said he’d never seen a bilateral knee dislocation in an athlete. So it’s kind of like a 100-year storm. I’ll probably never see it again.”Four weeks after the injury, the 22-year-old engineering major was able to walk at her graduation with the help of crutches. View this post on Instagramlast_img read more

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