The veteran of the team making a comeback at the sage age of 22. Sacramone is an Olympic silver medalist and seven-time worlds medalist dating to 2005. She's a major medal threat on vault.
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Sloan, a 2008 Olympian, almost didn't get the chance to defend her world all-around championship from 2009. A pectoral injury limited her at nationals in August, but if she's ready for a full slate of events, she's still an all-around favorite.
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Bross hopes lightning strikes twice this year. She won the U.S. all-around championship for the first time in August after finishing third and second, respectively, behind Sloan at nationals and worlds a year ago. She's the best U.S. gymnast who didn't compete in Beijing.
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Larson joins Bross among the elite group of gymnasts gunning for their first Olympic team in 2012. She was runner-up to Bross in the all-around at nationals, where she won gold on floor.
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Born in 1994, Raisman is the youngest member of the team and reigning U.S. all-around bronze medalist. She trains with Sacramone.
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Caquatto, a Naperville, Ill., native, is strong on vault and uneven bars. She's also set to embark on her collegiate gymnastics career at the University of Florida this season.
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Davis, who is competing in her first major international meet, is coached by 1992 Olympian Kim Zmeskal, among others. She was a candidate for the 2008 Olympic team but didn't make the cut.
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