2012 Olympic Gymnastics: What's Next for the U.S. Women's Team?

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2012 Olympic Gymnastics: What's Next for the U.S. Women's Team?
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Now that it's officially over for arguably the most successful United States gymnastics team of all time, we can sit back and look at the incredibly accomplishments that these girls had.

It's also not too early to speculate, at least a little bit, about the future of these girls and the U.S. national gymnastics team leading up to the 2016 Rio Games.

Sure, there hasn't been a repeat Olympian in women's gymnastics for the United States since Dominique Dawes and Amy Chow in 2000. But with the youth and talent of this team, it is hard to believe that that streak will continue for another Olympic Games.

AP Writer Will Graves talked to the girls today (h/t Star Tribune), giving us a better sense of what the girls themselves think about their futures both in and out of the gym. This article will go through, athlete by athlete, who to expect to see competing for a spot on the team in four years.

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