Who won the gymnastics Olympics 2012?

Who won the gymnastics Olympics 2012?

2012 Olympic Medal Count
Gold * Women’s Team * Gabby Douglas – All-Around * Aly Raisman – Floor Exercise
Silver * McKayla Maroney – Vault
Bronze * Danell Leyva – All-Around * Aly Raisman – Balance Beam

Who was in the 2012 gymnastics Olympics?

Originally referred to as the Fab Five, the five members of the team were Gabby Douglas, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, Kyla Ross, and Jordyn Wieber.

Why did Gabby quit gymnastics?

Douglas stopped training in 2016 after two successful stints at the Olympic Games. The tweet was in response to her 2016 teammate Aly Raisman who, the week before, had confirmed she was sexually abused by the USA Gymnastics doctor Lawrence G Nassar.

Who is the smallest gymnast?

Flávia Saraiva
Country represented Brazil
Born September 30, 1999 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Height 1.45 m (4 ft 9 in)
Discipline Women’s artistic gymnastics

What were some of the best gymnastics competitions in 2012?

2012 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships. Everett, WA (USA) 12th Junior ART and TRA Asian Championships. Suphanburi (THA) L’international Gymnix 2012. Montreal (CAN) World Cup Series AT American Cup Cat.

Where were the 2012 NCAA Gymnastics Championships held?

2012 NCAA Championships Women. Duluth, GA (USA) 2012 NCAA Championships Men. Norman, OK (USA) FIG World Cup A C II All Around. Tokyo (JPN) ◊ Competition was cancelled !

What major competitions did gymnasts win in 2009?

2009 Champions Trophy Artistic Gymnastics. Stuttgart EnBW World Cup A in Artistic Gymnastics. Stuttgart Northern European Artistic Gymnastics Championships. Cardiff (GBR) Artistic Gymnastics FIG World Cup. Osijek (CRO) SA Cup Artistic Gymnastics 2009. Gauteng (RSA) Olympic Hopes Cup 2009.

What are the different types of International Gymnastics competitions?

International 1 Asian Gymnastics Championships (1996–) 2 Commonwealth Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship 3 Miss Valentine (2013–) 4 Pacific Rim Championships (1996–) 5 Pan American Gymnastics Championships (1997–) 6 Rhythmic Gymnastics Grand Prix (1994–) 7 South American Gymnastics Championships

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