Don't wait for the next Olympics. Starting with the sensational Simone Biles, we have five reasons to check out this week's U.S. gymnastics nationals.
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The U.S. also was the reigning world champion in 2003 and 2007, but followed up with silver in the Olympics -- Athens in 2004 and Beijing in 2008 -- each time.
Danell Leyva and John Orozco secured spots with their performances Saturday. Three more team members and up to three alternates, selected by a committee, will be announced Sunday morning.
Jordyn Wieber and Gabrielle Douglas are percentage points apart for the highest score and automatic berth on the Olympic team, which will be selected after Sunday's final competition.
Only five women will be selected to the U.S. team at this week's Olympic gymnastics trials. Jordyn Wieber and Gabrielle Douglas are the sure bets ... and then it gets complicated.
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At the world championships in Tokyo, gymnasts will be pushed to throw harder tricks that ever before -- and sometimes risk injury by doing them.
The world gymnastics championships start Friday in Tokyo, and the Americans could win big. Here are five things you won't want to miss.
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While Jordyn Wieber had a tremendous performance at the 2011 U.S. Gymnastics Nationals, defending champ Rebecca Bross had a heartbreaking injury.
America's most decorated gymnast is at this week's nationals. She talked to espnW about her recent brush with cancer and her thoughts on the current team.
The first night of competition at the U.S. gymnastics championships was full of mistakes, but Wieber and the Olympic veterans persevered.
The U.S. nationals have some of the best gymnasts in the world competing, from familiar names like Shawn Johnson to talented newcomers like Jordyn Wieber.
Shawn Johnson and Chellsie Memmel competed in their first gymnastics meet since the Beijing Games, while new faces also impressed.
The Beijing gold medalist is mounting a comeback for London -- and putting in tons of sweat along the way.