'Final Five' USA Womens Gymnastics Team dominates, win Olympic gold
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'Final Five' USA Womens Gymnastics Team dominates, win Olympic gold
SI Staff
Thursday August 11th, 2016

Simone Biles dominated once again on Thursday, winning the women’s individual all-around finals with a score of 62.198. Teammate Aly Raisman finished second, while Aliya Mustafina finished third.

This is the first gold for Biles, the three-time world champ who is competing at her first Games. Biles and Team USA also won the team gold on Tuesday.

The last time the U.S. had two gymnasts on the podium in the event was in 2008, when Nastia Liukin and Shawn Johnson won gold and silver.

NBC won’t show the broadcast on national TV until primetime tonight, but Sports Illustrated broke down all the action as it happened live.

Scroll down to find all the analysis from SI’s Brian Cazeneuve and Chris Chavez, who were on the ground at the Rio Olympic Arena in Brazil.

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