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Aly Raisman finishes the Olympics with more medals than any of her teammates. Aly Raisman her final Olympic events Tuesday with a gold medal in the individual floor exercise and a bronze in the balance beam. She finishes the games with three medals. Aly Raisman ends with more medals then teammates, Gabby Douglas and Jordyn Wieber. Raisman finished the London games with two golds: (1) her individual floor performance and (1) Americans’ all-around team triumph and (1) bronze in the beam. Aly Raisman scored a 15.6 on which dominated the event and it’s competitors, including Wieber, who stepped out of bounds finishing in seventh place. Photo: Getty Images

Aly Raisman wins gold and bronze on the final day of gymnastics

Aly Raisman finished the Olympics with a gold and bronze on the final day of gymnastics. Raisman won the gold on floor exercise and the bronze on balance beam Tuesday afternoon, becoming the most decorated of the American Fierce Five. The rest of the Americans didn't fair as well as Raisman.  Gabby Douglas finished seventh on balance beam after a fall.  Jordyn Wieber ended...

Aly Raisman's parents irritate man behind them

Plenty of fans have had their viewing experiences ruined by an obnoxious spectator standing up in front of them. But you'd think the dude who kept telling Rick Raisman to sit down while his daughter was going for Olympic gold could chill out. On Tuesday, as Aly Raisman put a personal exclamation point on a great gymnastics summer for the U.S. by winning gold (floor exercise)...

Aly Raisman Wins Bronze Medal in Balance Beam Thanks to Tiebreaker

Following her balance beam routine Tuesday, Aly Raisman found herself in a familiar situation. She was tied for third place, as she had been in the all-around competition, where she lost the tiebreaker and failed to medal. This time around, however, Raisman landed on the winning side of the tiebreaker, taking home the bronze medal in the balance beam for Team USA, according to Boston...

OMG! Aly Raisman accidentally tweets plans to hit up club with guys, deletes

Aly Raisman was one of the most successful Olympians on the women’s gymnastics team at the London Games. She won a gold and bronze medal in individual competitions, and she scored a gold with the team. Now that she’s no longer competing, the gymnast has some time to party. Raisman accidentally tweeted out her plans on Wednesday night to hit up a club with some male gymnasts...

On second look, Raisman wins medal

No more golds for Gabby, one more for China. And Aly Raisman finally caught a (tie) break. Raisman was initially fourth, missing an Olympic medal in the women's gymnastics balance beam, because she was on the short end of the tiebreak rules. But she questioned her score, and judges revised it, giving her an additional .10 in difficulty. That put her at 15.066, identical to...

A Fan Told Aly Raisman's Dad: Down in Front!

A fan wasn't happy with Aly Raisman's dad, Rick, who had stood up to applaud his daughter. Down in front, to paraphrase. Related: After Aly, who is Jewish, won gold for her floor routine, she... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Fan Tells Aly Raisman’s Dad to Sit Down… During Daughter’s Gold Medal Floor Routine

A very confident and unknowing fan was a bit perturbed when Aly Raisman’s father was standing up. The fan did not realize that the man standing in front of him was actually the father of Aly Raisman, who was cheering on his daughter’s gold medal performance of the women’s floor exercise. Whoops? via TPS Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

London Now: Latest on Aly Raisman, soccer, Cameroon

Latest on Aly Raisman, soccer, Cameroon.

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U.S. Appeals Court Confirms That Competitive Cheerleading Is Still Not a Sport, Despite Likelihood of Olympic Glory

To the untrained eye, the skillset necessary to compete in Olympic gymnastics would appear to be awfully similar to that needed for a competitive cheerleader. Maybe not at the same level, but one look at Aly Raisman's floor routine Tuesday leaves very little doubt of the likelihood she would tear it up as a tumbler. But while the Olympics -- and television audiences -- would...

Olympics Schedule for Wednesday Includes All-U.S. Beach Volleyball Final as Misty May-Treanor, Kerri Walsh Jennings Go for Gold

Tuesday was a day for women's gymnastics, especially Aly Raisman. The Needham, Mass., native's gold medal-winning routine on the floor exercise and bronze medal on the balance beam was the perfect way to end her first Olympics. The U.S. track team also did well, taking silver and bronze in the 100-meter hurdles, although Lolo Jones failed to medal in the long-anticipated...

Contrary to local news, Aly Raisman isn’t the only Massachusetts Olympian

Kayla Harrison is an Olympic Champion from Massachusetts, but the local news is barely promoting her There are thirteen Olympians from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts competing in the 2012 Olympics currently being held in London. Of those, only two of them come from outside the Boston area, cyclist Shelley Olds who hails from Groton and wrestler Elena Pirozhkova who comes from...

GIFterpiece Theatre: Aly Raisman goes for gold, Nicki Minaj and an Olympic bonanza

Olympic Link Bank 2: Aly Raisman, Georganne Moline, Natalie Coughlin

Need a fierce five update? Aly Raisman, pictured above will be competing in the women’s floor exercise tonight with Jordyn Wieber and the balance beam with Gabby Douglas -University of Arizona’s Georganne Moline (pictured below) won silver last night in track and field. -Natalie Coughlin has been really quiet this Olympics, or at least the coverage of her has been quiet. Not...
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