1. London 2012: Aly Raisman Has Last Laugh for Uber-Talented US Olympic Gymnastics

    Never underestimate the stubbornness of a teenager. That’s the message U.S. gymnast Aly Raisman sent the Olympic world this week...

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  2. US Olympic Gymnastics Team: Aly Raisman Wins Gold While Wieber Injury Reported

    The 2012 London Olympics in women’s gymnastics finished up Tuesday with the last of event finals. Aly Raisman proved herself twice during the competition and an explanation as to why Jordyn Wieber walked away empty-handed was revealed...

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  3. 2012 Olympic Gymnastics: Gabby Douglas' Gold Clinches Team USA's Finest Hour

    Many years in the making, the U.S. women’s gymnastics team landed on top at the 2012 Olympic Games, and they plan to stay...

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  4. Women's Olympic Gymnastics 2012: US Captaincy Pushes Aly Raisman to New Heights

    Today, the name "Aly Raisman" is household. That's because she is not only a 2012 Olympic champion in the women's gymnastics team competition, but also the top American to qualify for the coveted all-around title...

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  5. US Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Why Can't Kyla Ross Get Any Love for Team Champs?

    Kyla Ross proved herself with a fourth place finish at the Visa Championships. She proved herself at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, taking fifth. Still, she’s nearly invisible when it comes to the media frenzy in the 2012 Summer Olympic coverage...

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  6. Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Can Danell Leyva, John Orozco Overcome USA's Flop?

    Just days ago the U.S. men’s 2012 Olympic gymnastics team was sitting pretty. Now, after the crushing blow of a fifth place finish in the team finals, the athletes must step back, chalk up and begin anew...

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  7. Olympic Gymnastics: Latest Controversies Feature Jordyn Wieber, Men's Team Final

    Every summer Olympics , millions of gymnastic fans await the commencement of not the opening ceremonies, but the opening judge salute in the men’s and women’s qualifying competition...

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  8. Olympic Women's Gymnastics 2012: 5 USA Foes You Need to Know for Team Final

    The 2012 London Olympic Games will come to a head tomorrow as women gymnasts take to the podium for the coveted team final. The eight teams who will battle it out are the U.S., Russia, Romania, Great Britain, Italy, Canada, Japan and China...

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  9. Summer Olympics 2012: The 2 Gymnast All-Around Rule Controversy

    The U.S. heads toward the team finals in first place, but that isn’t the biggest news of the day. The fact the reigning all-around champion and U.S...

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  10. Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Analyzing China's Chances Despite Little Information

    Rumors are, by definition, unsubstantiated reports or idle speculation. However, where the 2012 Chinese Olympic women’s gymnastics team is concerned, so little information is ...

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  11. US Olympic Gymnastics Team 2012: McKayla Maroney to Compete Despite Broken Toe

    With the London 2012 Olympics around the corner and fans giddy with anticipation, the knowledge that McKayla Maroney, the star vaulter on the U.S. women's gymnastics team, is injured leaves one with a queasy feeling...

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  12. US Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Why Did Gabby Douglas' Discovery Take so Long?

    Gabrielle Douglas recently won the all-around at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials. The 16-year-old has been on fire all season and reached a high point this month. She is London-bound...

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  13. Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Why Are Men's Careers Longer Than Women's?

    In the world of athletics, longevity is determined by individual sport. Where an equestrian may compete well into and beyond middle age, gymnasts tend to burn brightly and then like a white dwarf star, collapse...

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  14. Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Nastia Liukin Admirer Asks for Date Via Music Video

    Nastia Liukin is accustomed to getting attention. She commands celebrity prestige, including a major Junior Olympic event held in her name annually...

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  15. USA Gymnastics 2012: Strengths and Weaknesses of the Men's Team

    At the upcoming 2012 Summer Olympics , the U.S. men's gymnastics team plans to give powerhouse Japan a run for gold along with any others who seek the coveted team title...

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  16. US Olympic Gymnastics Team 2012: Why McKayla Maroney Will Be X-Factor in Games

    With the start of the 2012 Olympics less than three weeks away, the stars are rising over the likes of U.S. gymnasts Gabby Douglas and Jordyn Wieber...

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  17. 2012 US Olympic Gymnastics Team: How Does USA Stack Up Against Best in World?

    The 2012 U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics team is set. The five young ladies to represent America in London are Gabby Douglas, Jordyn Wieber, Aly Raisman, Kyla Ross and McKayla Maroney...

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  18. London 2012: USA Gymnastics Announces Men's Team Headed to Summer Olympics

    USA Gymnastics announced which men will be sent to London to represent the U.S. Danell Leyva, John Orozco, Jonathan Horton, Jake Dalton and Sam Mikulak. Three alternates were also named: Chris Brooks, Steve Legendre and Alexander Naddour...

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  19. London 2012: Lone US Rhythmic Gymnast Julie Zetlin Heads to Summer Olympics

    If you think competing as a world-class artistic gymnast is tough, try being a U.S. rhythmic gymnast, a sport dominated by Europeans since its inception...

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  20. US Olympic Gymnastics Trials 2012: 4 Underdogs We Want to Make US Olympic Team

    The U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials are less than two weeks away and the anticipation is killing us. OK that’s a stretch, however with the final decision as to who gets to represent ...

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  21. Horse Racing: Union Rags' Jockey Velazquez Breaks Collarbone at Churchill Downs

    In the sport of horse racing, no one can afford to horse around. According to the Associated Press , jockey John Velazquez fell this weekend during a race at Churchill Downs when his mount, Mr...

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  22. Horse Racing: Arrests Tie Racing to One of Mexico's Largest Drug Cartels

    With horse racing under public scrutiny from charges of carbon dioxide enhancement via ‘milkshaking’ to betting fraud, the arrest of seven at quarter horse stables across the country could not come at a worse time for the sport...

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  23. 2012 Olympics: Dogfight for US Women's Gymnastics Team Begins at US Nationals

    The Visa National Championships proved nothing short of a girl-style dog-fight. NBC televised the event live, and it came down to the last event for all-around queen bee status...

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  24. Belmont Stakes 2012: Union Rags Finds Redemption in Anticlimactic Race

    When I'll Have Another was scratched from the 2012 Belmont Stakes , it took the wind out of fans longing for a Triple Crown champion...

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  25. 2012 Olympics: 5 Things Visa Championships Revealed About US Men's Gymnastics

    The U.S. Visa National Championships have come and gone for the men. With down-to-the-wire surprises and a few less than exemplary moments, 2012 has verified one thing at least: ...

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