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.
Defending Olympic women's gymnastics champion Gabby Douglas is back in training but won't return to competition until next year.
Olympic champion Gabby Douglas' comeback is moving forward without coach Liang Chow.
Reigning Olympic champion Gabby Douglas' comeback is picking up speed.
Simone Biles made everyone forget the United States came to the world championships without the defending and Olympic champions, edging teammate Kyla Ross to win the all-around gold medal on Friday.
The United States is still dominating all-around qualifying at the world gymnastics championships, even without its defending champion or Olympic gold medalist.
Gabby Douglas the Olympic all-around gymnastics champion left coach Liang Chow's gym in West Des Moines, Iowa, earlier this week to join her family in California after a recent move from Virginia Beach, Va.
"I'm in the spotlight but I love this position where I am today. I'm so blessed to be given this platform where I'm able to inspire people."
You know about her Olympic triumph. But did you know that Gabby Douglas loves rain? Here are 15 fun facts about the first African-American to win the women's all-around at the Olympics.
When Gabby Douglas allowed herself to dream of being the Olympic champion, she imagined having a nice little dinner with family and friends to celebrate. Maybe she'd make an appearance here and there.
Gabby Douglas talks about family, gymnastics and what motivates her in her new book, "Grace, Gold and Glory: My Leap of Faith."
The Fierce Five and other members of the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team got a personal audience with President Barack Obama on Thursday while on tour in Washington.
Olympic all-around champion Gabby Douglas has won Sportswoman of the Year honors from the Women's Sports Foundation.
Six-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift will perform at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards next month. But she won't be the only gold winner in the room.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain looks back on the big names in London, previews their futures and embraces an Olympic sport of her own.
The coach of world champion Jordyn Wieber says she may have a stress fracture in her right leg.