Among the things fans do to express their admiration, one strikes Cathy as particularly silly. "That is when they have me sign their hands," she says. "It's the weirdest thing and kind of embarrassing and so silly since you wash it off anyway."
At Mexico City, Cathy was so mobbed by autograph hunters that she tried to disguise herself by wearing her mother's clothes. It didn't work.
The day after her loss at the AAU meet, Cathy and Marquette had a talk.
Marquette: "I know you feel bad. You think about all the time and hard work you put in and you may wonder why you do it. It's all part of the game. Now we go home and we just have to work harder."
Rigby: "Where do we fit it in?"
Marquette: "We've got to do something with that vault."
Rigby: "Maybe just a harder run and put the board back."
Marquette: "I just don't want you to feel bad. It's not your fault."
Rigby: "There's not much you can do about it."
Marquette (kissing her cheek): "I don't want you to feel bad."