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‘USA’s finest’ gymnasts leave no question who’s the best
World champion McKayla Maroney and her U.S. gymnastics team essentially won their gold medal with their first event – vault. All of the Americans do Amanars, one of the toughest vaults in the world: a roundoff onto the takeoff board, back handspring onto the table and 2.5 twisting somersaults before landing.
Jordyn Wieber, Gabrielle Douglas, McKayla Maroney, Alexandra Raisman and Kyla Ross – the five U.S. Gymnasts – had a gold medal in the bag the moment they took the floor for the floor exercise. “This is the best team all-time,” said U.S. coach John Geddert. “Others might disagree. The ‘96 team might disagree. But this is the best team.”

No gold? No chance.

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World champion McKayla Maroney and her U.S. gymnastics team essentially won their gold medal with their first event – vault. All of the Americans do Amanars, one of the toughest vaults in the world: a roundoff onto the takeoff board, back handspring onto the table and 2.5 twisting somersaults before landing.
GYM
Jordyn Wieber, Gabrielle Douglas, McKayla Maroney, Alexandra Raisman and Kyla Ross – the five U.S. Gymnasts – had a gold medal in the bag the moment they took the floor for the floor exercise. “This is the best team all-time,” said U.S. coach John Geddert. “Others might disagree. The ‘96 team might disagree. But this is the best team.”
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