Spoiler lo veremos mas tarde us women ganan oro en gimnasia bravo 😍😍😍


If there was any question that the U.S. has the best women’s gymnastics team in the world, it was answered today for the fifth time.

With two consecutive Olympic golds and world championships titles in 2011, 2014 and 2015, the U.S. women have made a seemingly unbreakable habit of winning. And not just edging out their competitors by a few tenths, but leading the competition from start to finish and claiming victory by multiple points

Throughout the team final at the Rio Olympics, 2012 Olympians Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas, along with first-time Olympians Madison Kocian, Laurie Hernandez and Simone Biles, looked focused but confident, never faltering under the weight of the world’s or their expectations.

It was all part of their strategy, Raisman explained in a pre-Olympic interview. “We’re going in as the best team in the world,” Raisman said. "So we should carry ourselves that way, not be scared and shaky because we have that pressure. It should be the opposite.

“You know, you walk in like you’re number one and I think that’s intimidating to everyone else.”

Rio will be the last Olympics to see five-member gymnastics teams. In Tokyo, each team will have only four members. Thus, this will be the last U.S. team to win Olympic gold with a five-member team.

The name could also refer to the coming retirement of Martha Karolyi, who was the head coach of the Magnificent Seven and the national team coordinator of U.S. women’s gymnastics since 2001. They will be the final team guided to greatness by Karolyi, the legendary Romanian coach who’s been credited with the much of the U.S.’ success over the last 15 years.

Watch the Daily Dismount to see the medal ceremony and hear Olympians Courtney Kupets Carter and Jonathan Horton recap all the action of today’s team final. Joining them will be 2008 Olympic silver medalist Samantha Peszek, reporting from Rio.

The final standings were:

  1. United State of America
  2. Russia
  3. China
  4. Japan
  5. Great Britain
  6. Germany
  7. Netherlands
  8. Brazil

Acabo de ver la competencia Ambro. Me encanto :clap::clap::clap:

Tu sabes cuando son las de gimnasia ritmica?:thinking: ese es mi deporte favorito :+1: :+1::+1:

omg aqui no la pasan todabia aquí te dejo el calendario :scream:

Gracias Ambro!!!:wink: Voy a estar pendiente. Como ya te dije, es mi deporte favorito…:+1:

linda la Boricua Laurie Hernandez

de nada omg a mi también me encanta ese evento me gustaba ver a las rusas y rumanas en ese evento cuando ellas lo dominaban :ok_hand: aquí [quote=“anamaria67, post:6, topic:154692, full:true”]
Gracias Ambro!!!:wink: Voy a estar pendiente. Como ya te dije, es mi deporte favorito…:+1:

preciosa y muy talentosa :bouquet:[quote=“MAMACITA80, post:7, topic:154692, full:true”]
linda la Boricua Laurie Hernandez


si verdad ambris la unica y primera Latina en el selecto grupo de solo cinco chicas entre miles de nenas en USA :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: