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Jonathan Horton of Houston, the 2010 World all-around, bronze medalist and 2008 Olympic horizontal bar silver medalist, and Joey Hagerty of Albuquerque, N.
Her fellow Fab Five Team USA gymnasts - McKayla Maroney, Jordyn Wieber, Kyla Ross and Aly Raisman - also extended their praise to Douglas, who was the first African-American woman to win gold in the women's all-around.
I'm so proud to be part of this gold-medal winning team and I'm thrilled I was able to bring home the all-around gold for Team USA as well," said Douglas.
Another Russian favorite, Viktoria Komova, was the all-around runner-up in 2011.
In other action, Uchimura, the newly crowned men's all-around world champion, finished sixth with 15.
The 16-year-old from Nottingham joins a field also including American Olympic team silver medallist Bridget Sloan, 2008 US junior all-around champion Jordyn Wieber and fellow Olympic all-around finalist Koko Tsurumi of Japan.
450 at the halfway stage, while on the floor the 2007 all-around European junior champion had a slight stumble on his finish, earning 14.
The All-Around, a ten-event track and field contest of endurance, speed, and strength, was introduced to the Olympic Games in 1912 and discontinued in 1977.
Modern, spacious cab offers all-around visibility and can be hydraulically lifted to a height of roughly 13 feet.
The sales tips, tricks, and techniques, while of course tailored for the world of TV and movies, also include a lot of solid general information valuable for learning to pitch anything to anyone, making Pitching Hollywood an all-around valuable read.
An easy-to-follow, well-researched, neatly presented, and all-around excellent basic reference.
Yesterday's all-around elites now have to face the fact that streamlining and focusing on what you are good at is what being a shosha-man in the 21st century is all about.
It works on castings that require all-around coverage and must be handled and blasted individually.
Spurgeon, "The Church of God and the Truth of God" (14 September 1856), in Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit (Pasadena, Texas: Pilgrim Publications, 1978) [hereafter MTP], 54:243; Spurgeon, "Stewards," in An All-Around Ministry (London: Passmore and Alabaster, 1900), 264.
Best all-around pundit: This is a tie between Anna Quindlen of The New York Times and our own Molly Ivins.
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