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When you're the best in the world, people notice. So when the Team USA women's gymnastics squad — made up of Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Simone Biles, Laurie Hernandez and Madison Kocian, and henceforth known as the "Final Five" — handily secured their team gold on Tuesday with a series of flawless performances, they started receiving a whole lot of love from some pretty famous names via Twitter.
UCLA gymnast consultant and former Olympian Jordyn Wieber is also pictured below.
Karolyi: Simone, I think she basically, at this moment, doesn’t have any of the apparatuses which I would say are weak, but on every apparatus she can be more precise. In gymnastics, we’re permanently training to come as close as possible to perfection. But I think she is a good competitor and has a great difficulty level for her start value. Olympic Talk: Mary Lou Retton and Nastia Liukin have said Simone Biles is pretty much unbeatable.
How would you compare or rank Biles among all the gymnasts you have seen? I, personally, don’t like to make statements like “unbeatable.” I especially even commented this to Simone that there’s no such thing as unbeatable.
But their three golds – team, all-around and floor exercise – are their most ever at an Olympics, and they got the ones that really matter: their first team title since the U. team known as the Magnificent Seven in 1996, and a third straight all-around champion.
Jonathan Horton (left) of the United States competes on the pummel horse in the Artistic Gymnastics Men's Team qualification as US gymnast John Orozco (right) performs on the horizontal bar during the men's individual all-around competition The Mag Seven – Dominique Dawes, Shannon Miller and their teammates – certainly turned their team title from the Atlanta Olympics into a lot of cold, hard cash.