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2012 U.S. Olympic Trials (gymnastics)

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2012 U.S. Olympic Trials
VenueHP Pavilion
LocationSan Jose, California
DateJune 29 – July 1, 2012 (2012-06-29 – 2012-07-01)
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The 2012 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team Trials, referred to just as the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, was held from June 29 through July 1, 2012, at the HP Pavilion (now known as SAP Center) in San Jose, California.[1]

Venue

The SAP Center, formally known as HP Pavilion, has a capacity of up to 19,190 spectators for concerts, is home to the National Hockey League team, the San Jose Sharks.[2]

Participants

Women

The top 8 finishers from the 2012 VISA Championships received automatic berth to the trials.

Name Hometown Club College Nationals
Kennedy Baker Flower Mound, TX Texas Dreams Gymnastics Florida Gators 7th
Gabby Douglas Virginia Beach, VA Chow's Gymnastics [a] 2nd
Sarah Finnegan St. Louis, MO GAGE LSU Tigers 6th
Elizabeth Price Coopersburg, PA Parkettes Stanford Cardinal 5th
Aly Raisman Needham, MA Brestyan's [a] 3rd
Kyla Ross Aliso Viejo, CA Gym-Max Gymnastics UCLA Bruins 4th
Sabrina Vega Carmel, NY GAGE Georgia Gymdogs 8th
Jordyn Wieber DeWitt, MI Gedderts Twistars [a] 1st

The following people successfully petitioned their way to Olympic Trials:

Name Hometown Club College
Rebecca Bross Plano, TX WOGA [a]
Brenna Dowell Odessa, MO GAGE Oklahoma Sooners
Anna Li Aurora, IL Legacy Elite UCLA Bruins
Nastia Liukin Plano, TX WOGA [a]
McKayla Maroney Laguna Niguel, CA All Olympia [a]
Alicia Sacramone Boston, MA Brestyan's Brown Bears[b]
Bridget Sloan[c] Pittsboro, IN Sharp's Gymnastics Academy Florida Gators
  1. ^ a b c d e f Athlete turned professional, forfeiting NCAA eligibility
  2. ^ Sacramone competed for 1 season in the NCAA before turning pro.
  3. ^ Sloan successfully petitioned to trials but was injured during warmups and therefore could not compete.[3]

Men

Name Hometown Club
Chris Brooks Houston, TX Cypress Gymnastics
Alex Buscaglia Cary, IL Stanford University
Jake Dalton Reno, NV University of Oklahoma
Josh Dixon San Jose, CA USOTC
Jonathan Horton Houston, TX Cypress Gymnastics
Glen Ishino Santa Ana, CA UC Berkely
Steven Legendre Port Jefferson, NY University of Oklahoma
Danell Leyva Miami, FL Universal Gymnastics
CJ Maestas Corrales, NM University of Illinois
Sam Mikulak Ann Arbor, MI University of Michigan
Alex Naddour Gilbert, AZ USA Youth Fitness
John Orozco Bronx, NY USOTC
Paul Ruggeri Manlius, NY University of Illinois
David Sender Arlington Heights, IL University of Illinois
Brandon Wynn Voorhees, NJ Ohio State University

Broadcast

NBC broadcast both nights of competition at Trials.[4]

Results

Final standings

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women
All-around Gabby Douglas Jordyn Wieber Aly Raisman
Vault McKayla Maroney Alicia Sacramone N/A
Uneven Bars Gabby Douglas
Kyla Ross
N/A Anna Li
Balance Beam Aly Raisman Alicia Sacramone Kyla Ross
Jordyn Wieber
Floor Exercise Aly Raisman Jordyn Wieber Gabby Douglas
Men
All-around Danell Leyva John Orozco Jonathan Horton
Floor Jake Dalton Steven Legendre Paul Ruggeri
Pommel horse Alex Naddour Danell Leyva John Orozco
Rings Jonathan Horton Brandon Wynn John Orozco
Vault Jake Dalton David Sender Steven Legendre
Parallel bars Danell Leyva Jonathan Horton John Orozco
Horizontal bar Danell Leyva John Orozco Paul Ruggeri

Final Scores

Full Olympic Trial scores are as follows:[5]

Rank Gymnast Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Day Total Total
1st place, gold medalist(s) Gabby Douglas 15.800 15.250 14.900 15.450 61.400 123.450
16.000 15.900 14.850 15.300 62.050
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Jordyn Wieber 15.900 15.350 15.050 15.400 61.700 123.350
15.800 15.350 14.900 15.600 61.650
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Aly Raisman 15.550 14.200 14.950 15.600 60.300 120.950
15.300 14.450 15.400 15.500 60.650
4 Elizabeth Price 16.050 14.500 14.150 14.900 59.600 120.100
15.700 15.300 14.550 14.950 60.500
5 Kyla Ross 14.500 15.500 14.900 14.500 59.400 120.000
15.150 15.650 15.050 14.750 60.600
6 Sarah Finnegan 15.000 14.400 15.100 14.550 59.050 118.500
14.900 14.750 14.800 15.000 59.450
7 McKayla Maroney 16.100 13.350 13.650 15.200 58.300 117.650
16.150 13.700 15.000 14.500 59.350
8 Kennedy Baker 14.650 13.900 13.000 14.600 56.150 114.700
14.700 14.850 14.300 14.700 58.550
9 Brenna Dowell 14.900 14.250 14.000 14.100 57.250 114.450
14.750 14.400 13.900 14.150 57.200
10 Sabrina Vega 14.250 13.150 14.250 14.350 56.000 113.400
14.400 13.450 14.550 15.000 57.400
11 Alicia Sacramone 15.700 15.000 30.700 61.650
15.800 15.150 30.950
12 Anna Li 15.500 13.100 28.600 58.650
15.550 14.500 30.050
13 Nastia Liukin 14.050 14.500 28.550 57.450
13.950 14.950 28.900
14 Rebecca Bross 15.300 12.050 27.350 52.800
10.550 14.900 25.450

Olympic Team selection

Gabby Douglas, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, Kyla Ross, and Jordyn Wieber were selected to represent the United States at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England. Anna Li, Sarah Finnegan, and Elizabeth Price were selected as the alternates.[6]

For the men's team Danell Leyva and John Orozco automatically earned Olympic berths by finishing first and second in the all-around and recording three or more top three finishes in the individual event standings. The men's selection team also named Jake Dalton, Jonathan Horton, and Sam Mikulak to the team. The replacement athletes selected were Chris Brooks, Alex Naddour, and Steven Legendre.[7]

References

  1. ^ https://usagym.org/pages/post.html?PostID=10407
  2. ^ http://sharks.nhl.com/index.html
  3. ^ "2008 Olympian Bridget Sloan out of London trials with injury". USA Today. June 29, 2012.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-08-21. Retrieved 2017-07-23.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ "2012 U.S. Olympic Trials - Women Day 2 Event Results - Multi" (PDF). USA Gymnastics. July 1, 2016.
  6. ^ "USA Gymnastics announces women's gymnastics team for 2012 Olympic Games". USA Gymnastics. July 1, 2012.
  7. ^ "USA Gymnastics announces men's gymnastics team for 2012 Olympic Games". USA Gymnastics. July 1, 2012.
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