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Lindsey Green

Overarching storylines now that the U.S. gymnastics championships are over ... 1.
HARTFORD, Conn. -- The men’s gymnastics team that walked into the O2 Arena for the 2012 Olympics was arguably the best team the U.S. had fielded at a Games since 1984, the last time it had won gold.
HARTFORD, Conn. -- The larger commentary surrounding this week’s U.S.
Jordyn Wieber’s much anticipated return to gymnastics was originally set to take place at the US National Championships in August, just about a year after she won Olympic gold with team USA.
Jordyn Wieber’s comeback is officially underway.
Earlier this year we reported that Jordyn Wieber was planning to be back in competition in 2013.
Here are a few things we learned from the 2013 Figure Skating World Championships heading into next February’s Sochi Olympics: The US Women are climbing back: Not since 2006 has an American woman won an Olympic or world medal in figure skating.
If any conclusions could be drawn from Saturday’s AT&T American Cup as we start the run up to Rio, it’s this: We’re in for a lot more hot pink leotards.
OlympicTalk’s writers recount some of their favorite moments from the 2012 London Games.
While London all-around champ Gabby Douglas was named AP Female Athlete of the Year Friday, and American teammate Aly Raisman took home co-Bostonian of the year, Jordyn Wieber was busy getting back to work.
Elizabeth “Ebee” Price, alternate for the 2012 women’s Olympic gymnastic team, won the all-around competition in dominating fashion at this weekend’s Stuttgart World Cup, while fellow U.S. teammate and Olympic all-around bronze medalist Danell Leyva finished fifth in a deep men’s field.
USA Gymnastics announced changes to the program’s coaching staff in preparation for the eventual departure of National Team Coordinator Martha Karolyi.
You may have heard a little something about all the gymnasts dropping like flies during the Kelloggs Tour of Champions recently.