Women's Gymnastics 2012: Aly Raisman and the Top 5 Olympic Floor Routines

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Women's Gymnastics 2012: Aly Raisman and the Top 5 Olympic Floor Routines
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The 2012 London Olympics have been an emotional roller coaster for Aly Raisman. She has had highs and lows, even experiencing both while ousting her teammate and close friend from the all-around competition.

Raisman has two more opportunities to add high points, one of which will be closing out the artistic gymnastics program by taking home a gold medal in the women's floor exercise.

There is some solid competition for Raisman, including the teammate she knocked out of the all-around competition.

If Raisman performs her best routine she isn't beatable on this apparatus. Her qualifying round had the highest difficulty level (D-level) of any gymnast.

Should she falter, though, there are several contenders that will challenge for the gold medal.

Following is a summary of how the top competition stacks up to Raisman. It includes a summary for each athlete, including the scores from the qualifying round.

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