A former bunkmate of Aly Raisman dug up a yearbook from her time at a New York sleepaway camp with Raisman
Credit: Source: Emily Cohn; Inset:Jae C. Hong/AP

Aly Raisman is competing at her second Olympic Games – several years ahead of schedule.

A former bunkmate of the gymnast and four-time Olympic medalist revealed that in their 2003 Camp Wicosuta summer yearbook, Raisman correctly surmised that she’d one day be an Olympian.

“I went to camp with @Aly_Raisman – she was pretty on point with her prediction about the future,” wrote Tech Insider managing editor Emily Cohn in a tweet that was re-shared by Raisman herself.

Under the section titled, “In 20 years I will be…,” Raisman, then 9, responded, “an Olympic gymnast.”

Raisman first medaled in the Games at age 18. Now 22, she just achieved gold for the all-around team finals.

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Other revelations from Raisman’s summer in West Harrison, New York? She and the other Bunk 5L girls enjoyed “toilet time,” Hot Pockets and chicken nuggets.

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Raisman and “Final Five” teammate Simone Biles will go for individual gold in the all-arounds on Thursday.