US Olympic Gymnastics Team 2012: 5-Step Plan for Gabby Douglas' All-Around Gold

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US Olympic Gymnastics Team 2012: 5-Step Plan for Gabby Douglas' All-Around Gold
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After the U.S. Olympic Women’s Gymnastics Trials in San Jose, Calif., there’s no question that Gabby Douglas is going to be a key part in Team USA’s quest for gold.

Even after Douglas beat out favorite Jordyn Wieber at trials, Wieber is still considered No. 1. 

Although that might seem unfair, it’s really not that surprising. Wieber is the defending world champion and has consistently won the majority of domestic competitions this year.

Douglas proved, though, that she has what it takes to beat Wieber. The big question is, will she be able to beat Wieber out for the all-around gold?

It’s possible, it’s definitely possible—but it’s going to take some work. Here’s my five-step plan for what Gabby Douglas needs to win the all-around gold medal.

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