Former Olympian Kerri Strug and her husband, Robert Fische, have welcomed their second child, a baby girl Alayna Madaleine.
The couple welcomed the girl at the end of last month and told People magazine she was born June 26 at 7-pounds, 11-ounces and measured 19.25 inches long.
Strug, 36, shared an adorable pic of the baby on Twitter.
"We're all healthy&happy!" she wrote.
“Alayna is beautiful and doing well. She is a good baby with a healthy appetite. We know she is going to follow in her big brother’s footsteps and be independent, funny and extremely active before we know it!" Strug told People.
Alayna will join big brother Tyler, 2.
"We were so excited to give Tyler a sibling a couple of weeks ago, especially a baby sister,” she said.
Strug is most known for her 1996 Olympic Games appearance in Atlanta, where she vaulted and stuck her landing, even with a sprain. She married her husband in 2010.