As of 2008, Lavinia Miloşovici is the last gymnast to have achieved a perfect ten at the Olympics. She was awarded this note in the 1992 floor exercise, which naturally won her the gold medal. It was her second Olympic gold medal of the Barcelona Games, having previously tied with Henrietta Ónodi in the horse vault - an event in which she was the reigning World Champion. By then, she had already collected a silver (team all-around) and a bronze (individual all-around) as well. Miloşovici's international career spans from 1991 to 1996, and in that period she won five World titles - vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and team all-around (twice) - and twelve World Championships medals. She added four European titles and eleven Romanian titles, and closed out her career with two bronze medals at the Atlanta Games. In 2002, Miloşovici received a five year coaching/judging ban for having posed topless while wearing official Romanian team outfits.