Defending champion McKayla Maroney of the United States beat all-around champion Simone Biles in the vault Saturday at the gymnastics world championships.
The U.S. women's gymnastics team routed Russia and everybody else on the way to its first Olympic title since 1996.
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.
Oklahoma's Jacob Dalton won the vault and floor exercise and finished second and fourth in two other events at the NCAA men's gymnastics championship on Saturday night at Ohio State's St. John Arena.
Alicia Sacramone of the United States came out of retirement to win the gold medal in the vault at the world championships, edging all-around champion Aliya Mustafina.
Kayla Williams won the women's vault title at the world gymnastics championships Saturday.
China's Yang Wei won the all-around gold medal in men's gymnastics Thursday, finally getting the title that has eluded him for eight years.
Italy's female gymnasts continued their winning streak at the European championships on Sunday with a gold for Carlotta Giovannini on the vault.
Defending gold medalist Nastia Liukin of the United States settled for silver at the world gymnastics championships Friday, falling to Elizabeth Tweedle in the uneven bars.
Lu Bo defeated Chinese compatriot Feng Jing to take the all-around title, and Japan won the team competition Friday night at the Pacific Alliance Gymnastics Championships.
Nastia Liukin and Chellsie Memmel made their mark at the world gymnastics championships, sweeping the gold and silver medals on the uneven bars. Alicia Sacramone took bronze on the vault.
Paul Hamm was done. Then a couple of near-perfect performances gave him a historic gold medal.
U.S. gymnasts Mohini Bhardwaj and Annia Hatch are getting a chance to redeem themselves on the vault.
U.S. Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney shares her healing secrets as she makes her way back to the sport that made her go viral in 2012.
U.S. gymnast Sam Mikulak will have surgery this month to correct an ankle problem that has bothered him since the Olympic trials in June.
Louis Smith was on the wrong end of the tiebreaker for a second straight Olympics, taking the silver medal on pommel horse while Krisztian Berki of Hungary won the gold.