Dare Maxwell- UB
Abby Milliet- BB
Adopted daughter Maddi Desch went three for four this morning. She sat down her upgraded 1 1/2 Twisting Yurchenko on vault. (52.250)
Kyla Ross dominated Subdivision 1 (57.90). Gabrielle Douglas is a strong second (56.45) and Lexie Priessman is in third after a fall on balance beam (55.75).
Beginning of Subdivision 2:
14.00 for Madison Kocian on UB
Fall for Katelyn Ohashi on Piked Jaegar. (13.700)
Jordyn Wieber opened with a 16.000 on VT.
Lizzy LeDuc fought through her bar routine. (12.700)
McKenzie Wofford hit bars. (13.650)
Kennedy Baker is the real deal on beam (14.800).
Sabrina Vega fell on bars (12.900).
The competition just opened up as Jordyn Wieber struggled on bars (12.600).
McKayla Maroney continues to be someone to watch for 2012, as she just scored a 14.000 on floor and a 15.900 for her Amanar.
LeDuc-fell on her Onodi on beam. (13.35)
McKenzie Wofford fell on beam. (12.900)
Madison Kocian fell twice on beam. (12.500)
Ohashi fell on her layout full on beam. (14.150)
Jordyn Wieber imploded on beam and now blood is being toweled off beam (10.300) Both of her ankles have been taped since vault and she landed on her head on her beam dismount. Everyone always warned that she would get injured and something is definitely going on.
Perhaps surviving GAGE alive has made Katelyn Ohashi a fighter? She fought for dear life on her last pass and saved her 2 1/2+front tuck. It was landed in a squat of sorts. She fought back after bars and beam, which is a great sign for her future. Someone young like Katelyn Ohashi does NOT need to be winning. She doesn't need the pressure this young. It would be far better for her to make mistakes and then come back strong later today and on Saturday. (14.250)
McKayla Maroney fell on bars and took her coach down with her. (12.050)
LeDuc is making loads of youthful errors today. She fell on floor. (12.600)
Madison Kocian continues to be an impressive competitor. She came back on floor and hit. (14.000)
Wofford hit floor (13.800).
Wieber scratched floor.
Ohashi (14.750) and Kocian (14.500) both hit their DTYs.
Ohashi moves into 2nd place (56.850)