Aly Raisman was confident she would make the Olympic gymnastics team, but said she was "way more" emotional than she thought she would be when the moment came.
Jake Dalton did what he could to make his case for the Olympic team with solid performances on vault and floor. He will find out Sunday if it was enough.
The 2008 Olympic all-around champion's comeback attempt fizzled when she fell on the uneven bars and bobbled on the beam. It likely closed the door on another Olympics.
The reigning world champion in the vault doesn't want to be known as a one-trick pony. But that one trick might be what gets her to the Olympics.
Danell Leyva and John Orozco may have led 1-2 after the first day of the men's competition at the trials, but another gymnast you may not have expected is making an impression: Sam Mikulak.
Jonathan Horton doesn't think a recent foot injury will get in his way for an Olympics spot. It's the depth of the field that has him a little nervous.
Tulsa Shock coach and five-time Olympian Teresa Edwards will serve as chief of mission for the 2012 U.S. Olympic team in London.
This year's 32-game, 10-week schedule includes 103 back-to-back games. ESPN.com's Michelle Smith takes a look at how the schedule might be affecting some teams.
The U.S. women face a tough schedule ahead, but team members tell ESPN.com's Michelle Smith it's the only way to win another gold.
Seeking a sixth straight Final Four, Stanford will adopt an up-tempo attack led by Chiney Ogwumike and wait to see who else emerges.
The WNBA's Lynx have gotten creative during the Olympic break, adding workouts ranging from yoga and Zumba to paddleboarding on the Mississippi.
Fifteen months after a horrible ankle injury, triple jumper Erica McClain will find out if her painful rehab has led to a spot in the Olympics.
The Dream are happy to have their 6-foot-5 center back after her three-game absence to help Brazil qualify for the Olympics.
USC's star guard endured an injury-riddled start to her college career. Despite the setbacks, she wouldn't give up, and her determination has paid off.
ESPN.com's Michelle Smith has some advice for the WNBA to help the league start off its fifth season with a bang, something that was lacking in 2000.