The gold medal-winning U.S. women's gymnastics team, from left, Kyla Ross, Aly Raisman, McKayla Marone, Jordyn Wieber and Gabby Douglas are shown on the observation deck of the Empire State Building on Aug. 14 in New York.
In this photo provided by CBS, from left, Kyla Ross, Jordyn Wieber, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas, members of the United States women's Olympic gymnastics gold medal-winning team, join television show host David Letterman on the set of the 'Late Show with David Letterman' on…
Greeted and accompanied by friends and family, 2012 Olympic gymnast and Gold medal winner Gabby Douglas arrives at the Norfolk, Va. Airport on Aug. 16 on a visit to hometown of Virginia Beach, Va.
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LONDON | Two Olympic gold medals are just fine with Gabby Douglas. Same for Aly Raisman, though that bronze was pretty sweet, too.
LONDON | McKayla Maroney didn't need to look at the scoreboard. Neither did Louis Smith.
LONDON | Just 14, Gabby Douglas pleaded with her mother to let her move cross country, certain a new coach could help her get to the Olympics.
LONDON | Vincent Hancock is putting together quite the Olympic resume.
LONDON | Kohei Uchimura wows with a combination of flawless execution and flair.
LONDON | North Korea's Om Yun Chol said he wanted to lift a big weight and make the other athletes nervous.
LONDON | The U.S. women are atop the Olympic gymnastics standings, as expected, with little standing in their way — except themselves.
LONDON | Wimbledon champions Roger Federer and Serena Williams each won their opening matches Saturday — one struggled, one didn't.
LONDON | McKayla Maroney's busted big toe won't keep her from vaulting for the U.S. in today's Olympic team qualification.
SAN JOSE, Calif. | Danell Leyva and his family had little besides hope and determination when they arrived from Cuba almost 20 years ago.
SAN JOSE, Calif. | Jordyn Wieber looks ready for London. As for the rest of the U.S. women, they still have some work to do.
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TOKYO | Japan has the advantage — for now.
CHICAGO | Shawn Johnson was standing in the hotel lobby, waiting for a ride to training, when she felt a familiar rush of excitement and adrenaline.
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