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Bars have been consistently played up as Team USA's major weakness.
I think bars is a definite concern, but shouldn't be the biggest one.
Gabby Douglas made the 2011 world team because of her bar routine. The height she gets gave her the nickname of "The Flying Squirrel."
Kyla Ross is also a consistent bar worker, with a difficult and clean routine. Alternate Anna Li is a very strong bars worker who can step in if necessary.
Bars are Jordyn Wieber's weaker event, but she is still pretty consistent on them.
Yes, USA is not going to be able to touch Russia in bars; however, they can catch up on vault.
Floor should be a major concern as the Romanians seem unstoppable there.
Aly Raisman is USA's only super-strong floor athlete, and she does have one of the highest difficulty values in the world. But she has a history of being sloppy.
Douglas and Wieber have strong routines, but they're better elsewhere.
Ross doesn't have a huge difficulty, and McKayla Maroney can do floor, if anything, but she's a vault person.
Then there's Romania, who has unbelievable depth on the floor. Every member of the Romanian team is a potential Olympic floor medalist.
That is something Team USA must watch out for.