The women of USA’s gymnastics team celebrate as they cinch the Team Gold yesterday in Rio.
8 points behind Team USA, Russia took the Silver and China the Bronze.
Today, the women rest before Simone Biles and Aly Raisman compete in the All-Around Finals tomorrow.
After 4 Subdivisions of competition, Team USA sits comfortably in first with a 10-point lead over the rest of the teams. All of our girls put in solid performances earning at least one individual event final each, in addition to securing Team USA a spot in the team finals.
Gabby Douglas- 14.366
Simone Biles- 15.733
Laurie Hernandez- 14.800
Aly Raisman- 15.275
Gabby Douglas- 15.766
Madison Kocian- 15.866
Simone Biles- 15.000
Aly Raisman- 14.733
Gabby Douglas- 15.166
Simone Biles- 1st VT: 16.000 2nd VT: 16.100
Laurie Hernandez- 15.200
Aly Raisman- 15.766
Gabby Douglas- 14.833
Simone Biles- 15.633
Laurie Hernandez- 15.366
Aly Raisman- 14.833
Simone Biles and Aly Raisman qualified for the Individual All-around, with scores of 62.366 and 60.607 respectively.
Get some rest girls, and get ready for Team Finals on Tuesday!
19-year old Simone Biles currently dominates Women’s Gymnastics. Biles has been the US National All-Around Champion for the last 4 years, as well as the World All-Around Champion for the past 3 years. She holds 10 World Gold medals, 2 Silver medals, and 2 Bronze medals, the most World medals any female gymnast has ever earned. Biles is slated to take the Individual All-Around Gold at Rio, and lead Team USA to Team Gold as well. This powerhouse is the girl to watch this August!
With the selection of the US Women’s Olympic Gymnastics team complete the countdown to the Olympics can officially begin! Congratulations to the 2016 Women’s Olympic Gymnastics Team:
And the Alternates: