Aly Raisman Finishes Olympics With Gold Medal In Women’s Floor Exercise

Tue, August 7, 2012 2:31pm EST by 2 Comments
Aly Raisman Floor Score
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Aly wins gold as the women’s gymnastics portion of the London Games comes to an end. Read on for the details!

Aly Raisman closed out her 2012 London Olympic games in style on August 7. After winning bronze on the balance beam, the 18-year-old gymnast went on to take gold in the women’s floor exercise!

After her impressive floor routine, Aly seemed impressed with herself, mouthing “wow” after she saluted the judges, ESPN reports. When her score of 15.6 was posted, her teammate McKayla Maroney yelled “Whoa!” so loudly from the stands, it could be heard across the arena.

Aly ties Gabby Douglas in gold medals, and is the most decorated of the “Fierce Five.” Congrats, Aly!

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More US Gymnastics News From The 2012 Olympics:

  1. U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team Wins Gold Medal, First Since ’96 Games
  2. Celebrities Tweet Their Reactions To London Olympics 2012
  3. Gabby Douglas Takes Gold In Women’s All-Around

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Posted at 4:12 PM on August 7, 2012  

It’s “Fab Five” not Fierce Five.

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Posted at 9:50 AM on August 8, 2012  

Sorry Sarah it’s “Fierce” because someone else owns “Fab Five” therefore they are using “Fierce Five” so they don’t have to pay for the rights.

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