Nadia Comaneci and Bart Conner are the parents of a baby boy, and the early scouting report is in.
Dylan Paul was born Saturday, the first child for the gold-medal winning gymnasts. Comaneci, 44, delivered Dylan by Caesarean section.
"He already has definition in his deltoids and his biceps," said Conner, who won two gold medals at the 1984 Olympics.
Comaneci was due to deliver in July, the 30th anniversary of her seven perfect 10s at the Montreal Games.
"He's a few weeks early, so he's a little small — 4 pounds, 10 ounces — but he's just fantastic. He's awesome in fact. He's really cute," Conner said.
"We've been through a lot of high moments in our life in sports through what we accomplished but this is just something that is totally unique," Comaneci, the first Olympian to score a perfect 10, told The Associated Press by phone Sunday.
The delivery staff created a poster proclaiming the baby a "perfect 10."
"So far, everything looks good," Conner, 48, said. "He's strong and healthy, and Mom is doing great."
Comaneci won nine medals at the Montreal and Moscow Games, including five gold medals. She defected from Romania in 1989 and moved to Norman two years later. The couple married in Bucharest, Romania, in 1996.
They announced Dylan's birth on the Web site for their magazine, International Gymnast. On the Web site, Conner said the baby was named after his favorite musician, Bob Dylan, and former coach and business partner Paul Ziert.