2012 Olympics: Dogfight for US Women's Gymnastics Team Begins at US Nationals

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2012 Olympics: Dogfight for US Women's Gymnastics Team Begins at US Nationals
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Jordyn Wieber, 2012 US National Champion

The Visa National Championships proved nothing short of a girl-style dog-fight.

NBC televised the event live, and it came down to the last event for all-around queen bee status. Jordyn Wieber led the parade with twists and turns, yet fractions separating first and second were apparent on day two, with a span of only 3.350 between first and sixth after two rotations.

Just when you thought you knew who was headed to London, expectations flew out the window. This weekend’s competition was filled with joy and heartbreak. Let’s take a look at the top contenders and how they fared.

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