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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...
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...
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...
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...
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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.
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