Jaw-Dropping Highlights from Team USA's Gymnastics Domination In Rio
Let's hope they brought an extra suitcase for all those medals
You probably already know that the "Final Five" won team gold in Rio, and you've probably already fallen in love with Simone Biles, Laurie Hernandez, and the rest of the women's gymnastics team. But just in case you missed NBC's coverage of the Olympic gymnastics events over the last week, these clips will cover the most important and awe-inspiring moments from their domination.
1. When 19-year-old Madison Cocian proved her value on the uneven bars...
2. ...with a flawless landing.
3. When Aly Raisman threw down the exact definition of a "stuck landing" (with sass)
4. When Gabby Douglas reminded everyone why this is her second time at the Olympics
5. While 16-year-old Laurie Hernandez slayed on every apparatus
6. And gave the wink to end all winks (and make us fall even more in love with her)
7. When Simone Biles proved that being 4'8" doesn't mean you can't tumble sky-high
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8. When they won their second consecutive team gold medal
9. Which marked team gold number two for both Aly and Gabby
10. And the next day, Simone went on to kill it in the individual all-around competition. On not one apparatus...
11. Or two...
12. But all five events, winning her the individual all-around gold medal.
13. And teammate Aly Raisman was right by her side, earning the silver medal.
14. Next, Simone went on to win her third gold medal in vault.
15. And Madison Kocian took home silver in uneven bars.
16. Laurie Hernandez took home a silver in balance beam, with a near-flawless routine.
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17. and Simone (who made an uncharacteristic fumble) cinched balance beam bronze even without a perfect routine.
18. And in the final event-floor exercise-Simone took home her fourth gold.
19. And Aly took home her second silver medal.
20. Meaning the "Final Five" team left Rio with four gold medals, six silver medals, and two bronze medals-the highest medal count in U.S. Gymnastics history.