"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.
Gabby Douglas talks about family, gymnastics and what motivates her in her new book, "Grace, Gold and Glory: My Leap of Faith."
Might be time to get Gabby Douglas a new nickname.
Jordyn Wieber and Danell Leyva weren't completely at their best at Saturday's AT&T American Cup, while another gymnast, Gabrielle Douglas, made the most of her opportunity.
Reigning world champion Jordyn Wieber captured her third straight American Cup at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, finishing with a score of 61.032 to beat teammate Aly Raisman by two-tenths of a point in the first major prep for the London Games.
The 15-year-old was a surprise inclusion on the world championship team and could help the U.S. win again in London.
McKayla Maroney becomes the third straight American to win the world vault title as the event finals begin at the 2011 World Gymnastics Championships.