Who will stand out as a leader on Team USA? That's the big question.
For a minute, I thought maybe Nastia Liukin would be selected as an alternate because of how much poise and sportsmanship she showed in finishing her routines after face-planting on the uneven bars.
Even though her dreams at a second Olympics were shot, she was still standing with a big smile, congratulating all the other women when they finished their routines.
After her chances at making the team came crumbling down, I was certain Alicia Sacramone would be granted a spot on the roster, at least as an alternate.
Sacramone was not perfect at Trials, but she showed experience and poise. As the 2008 Olympic captain, she would have been the only team member with Olympic experience.
Sacramone's strengths are vault and beam. The committee opted for McKayla Maroney's high vault and other gymnasts who offered depth on the bars.
Aly Raisman is the oldest team member at 18; everybody else is 16 and under. The women have experience at Worlds and other high-profile competitions, but who will step up to keep everybody together when times are tough?