Phelps scores another individual event at 51.14 seconds, as Ryan Lochte comes up short. Lochte finished 3rd, .33 seconds behind Tyler McGill who gets the seconds spot.
Ledecky heads to her first Olympic games, along with Kate Ziegler, 2.09 seconds behind, who will be heading to her second.
Franklin, the American record holder, qualifies for her 4th event, winning by 1.46 seconds over Elizabeth Beisel, who heads for London as well.
Carried by her big vaults, Maroney gets the approval from the committee to join the Team in London. She finished 7th in the All-Around.
With her eyes set on another Olympics, in Vault and Balance Beam, Sacramone fails to wow the committee and has to stay home.
The current World Champ, Demus heads for the Olympics, posting a time of 53.98 seconds. Georganne Moline and T’Erea Brown will be joing her, as Tiffany Williams fails to get back on the Team, finishing 4th.
Tinsley gets the surprise win at 48.33 seconds, and heads to London with defending Olympic champ Angelo Taylor, and Kerron Clement. Bershawn Jackson finished off the team in 4th.
Manzano heads to his second Olympics, winning by .09 seconds, over Matthew Centrowitz who, along with Andrew Wheating will be joining him in London.
The two time World Champ Reese is now headed to her first Olympics, jumping 7.15 meters. Joining her will be Chelsea Hayes in 2nd and Janay DeLoach in 3rd.
Spearmon get another shot at the Olympics, after being disqualified winning Bronze in Beijing. Joining him will be Maurice Mitchell and Isiah Young.
Uceny heads to her first Olympic games with a 4:04.59 win. Joining her will be the now two time Olympians Shannon Rowbury and the reining World Champ Jenny Simpson.
Taylor gets the win on his first jump at 17.63 meters. William Claye will join Taylor in London, jumping 17.55 in 2nd place.
Cuba-born Danell Leyva emerged narrowly ahead after an enthralling battle with John Orozco to head the overall standings, based on combined scores from the U.S. gymnastics nationals and the trials, on 368.350.
With his 3rd place finish in the Trials, Horton secures the votes from the committee and heads to his second Olympic Games.
With his killer Pommel Horse routine, Sam Mikulak gets the votes to join the team in London.
The 60m Indoor Champ gets the win at 12.93 seconds, in 2nd is current world champ Jason Richards, .05 behind. Jeffrey Porter was 3rd and David Oliver in 5th, fails to make the Team.
Allyson Felix heads to her 3rd Olympics, the three time World Champion hopes this time will win her the gold. Right behind her is 100m specialist Carmelita Jeter and 400m specialist Sanya Richard-Ross.
The USA finished with the only perfect record of the tournament (14-0) after sweeping China. This is Team USA’s 3rd consecutive Gold Medal.
In the last pool play match, Team USA remained undefeated despite a close 2nd set, winning 25-14, 26-24, 25-14.
Check out the best spikes and blocks as Team USA beats Cuba 3-0.
Jordyn Wieber leads after day one by .300 with 61.700 points.
McKayla Maroney finished 7th overall following day one, scoring 16.10 on vault and 15.200 on floor.
Alexandra Raisman finished 3rd overall after day one, scoring 14.950 on beam and the highest score on floor, 15.600.
After day one, Kyla Ross sits in 5th place, 2.100 out of first. Ross scored highest on uneven bars, along with Anna Li, at 15.500.
After day one, Alicia Sacramone sits in 11th overall, scoring 15.700 on Vault and 15.000 on Beam.
After day one, Nastia Liukin finished 13th overall, scoring 14.050 on Uneven Bars and 14.500 on Beam.
After day one, Gabrielle Douglas sits in 2nd overall, just .300 points behind Jordyn Wieber, with 61.400 points.
To the lament of the home crowd, Team USA sweeps Korea 25-20, 25-18, and 25-18, as they win all three matches in Gwangju.
Check out the best blocks and spikes as Team USA continues a 6-game winning streak, beating Korea for the third time.
Cammile Adams gets the win at 2:06.52, and will be joined in London by Kathleen Hersey, who was 1.20 seconds behind.
In the first semi heat, Ryan Lochte posts the fastest time at 1:55.51, and Michael Phelps finshes 2nd, 1.15 seconds behind.
Nathan Adrian leads the way at 48.10 seconds, followed by Cullen Jones, Matt Grevers, Ricky Berens, Jimmy Feigen, and Jason Lezak in his 4th Olympic appearance.
Scott Weltz gets the win at 2:09.01, while Clark Burckle took second, holding off Eric Shanteau by .08 seconds.
Emma Coburn secures the national title by 2.84 seconds. Bridget Franek (2nd) and Shalaya Kipp (3rd) will join Coburn in London.
Jillian Camarena-Williams heads to her third Olympics after claiming her third national title with a throw of 19.16 meters. Michell Carter (2nd) and Tia Brooks (3rd) will be heading to London with her.
After the first day, Hyleas Fountain leads by 151 points over Sharon Day, with Chantae McMillan following in third.
After the first day, Horton is in 4th place with 271.350 points, as he hopes to go back to the Olympics.
After the first day, the newly crowned American champ, John Orozco sits in second place .95 points behind.
After the first day, Sam Mikulak is in 3rd place, with 274.650 points.
After the first day of the USA Olympics Gymnastics Trials, Danell leads the competition with 276.500 points.
World Grand Prix Finals, check out the best spikes, and rallies as Team USA beats Turkey 3 sets to 1.
World Grand Prix Finals, Turkey caught fire at the end of set 2 and won set 3, but Team USA was just too much for them winning 25-18,25-23, 21-25, 25-20.
FIVB Men’s Volleyball World League, Team USA manages to steal the 2nd set and go on to sweep the match 21-25, 21-25, 20-25, improving their record to 6-2.
FIVB Men’s Volleyball World League, check out the best rallies, blocks and spikes as Team USA continues a 5 game winning streak, beating France 3-0.
Allison Schmitt sets a new American record at 1:54.40, beating her old record by .56 seconds. Missy Franklin, 2.39 seconds back, will join her in London.
Phelps cruise to victory, without being chased by Ryan Lochte, at 1:53.65. Tyler Clary, 1.47 seconds behind, punches his ticket to the London Games as well.
Dan Hicks, Rowdy Gaines and Andrea Joyce review the events from day four. Four more days of racing to go.
In the Men’s Steeplechase, Jager gets the national title at 8:17.40, and will be join at the Olympic games by Donald Cabral and Kyle Alcorn.
On his last throw Lance nails the Olympic standard, and wins the trials. Jarred Rome and Jason Young, who made the standard earlier will join Lance in London.
In the Women’s 5,000m Julie Culley gets the national title at 15:13.77, and leads Molly Huddle and Kim Conley to the London Games.
Walker will lead the Americans Jeremy Scott and Derek Miles, to London, after clearing 5.67 meters.
Galen Rupp heads to his second Olympics with the win at 13:22.67, .15 seconds faster than Bernard Lagat who will be going to his 4th Olympics games. Lopez Lomong will join them.
Check out the best rallies, blocks and spikes as Team USA continues a 4 game winning streak over Italy 3-1.
Italy just seemed to run out of steam as Team USA improves their record to 5-2, winning, 22-25, 25-21, 29-27, 25-16.
Breeja Larson upsets the reining world champ in Women’s 100m Breaststroke, Rebecca Soni by .07 seconds. But both are headed to London.
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