American Gabby Douglas takes the Gold. Russia's Komova and Mustafina grab silver and bronze.
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UPDATE: Iordache Slated to do All Around
While her status has been surrounded in doubt throughout the week in training, Romania's Larisa Iordache is slated to compete all four events on Sunday in the women's qualifications, according to the official start list released earlier today.
Iordache hasn't trained full difficulty on vault or floor in London thus far, but yesterday the Romanian press reported that she was doing "very well."
That news came as a sharp improvement from Thursday, when Romanian gymnastics coach Mariana Bitang told NBC Olympics that Larisa Iordache has a "50-percent chance" of competing all-around at Sunday's women's qualifications round. Iordache is suffering "fasciitis" in her left foot, a painful injury caused from the inflamed tissues in the plantar fascia, the thick tissue which connects the heel bone to the toes and creates the arch of the foot.
Reigning World Champion:
2011 - Jordyn Wieber (USA)
Past Olympic AA Champions:
2008 - Nastia Liukin (USA)
2004 - Carly Patterson (USA)
2000 - Simona Amanar (Romania)
1996 - Lilia Podkopayeva (Ukraine)
2012 Olympic Medal ContendersJordyn Wieber, USA
Defending World Champion Jordyn Wieber goes into London as the all-around favorite. A resilient competitor, Wieber rarely misses. A key in London will be hitting her weak event, the uneven bars, and sticking a difficult beam routine.
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Updated on May 12, 2013, 12:47am