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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Alexandra Raisman
Aly Raisman is going home with two gold medals, just like teammate Gabby Douglas.
Jordyn Wieber came to the Olympics with her eye on a fistful of medals.
The coach of reigning world champion Jordyn Wieber says it's an "injustice" the American won't be included in Thursday's Olympic all-around finals.
In January, four days after Gabrielle Douglas celebrated her 16th birthday, training for the Olympics in West Des Moines, Iowa, became too much. Douglas remained in Iowa and opened the path to London that turned a pipe dream into a reality that feels like, at least to her mother, a mix of jubilation, anxiety, hope and nerves.
"I felt like I had nothing to lose," Raisman said. "It was going to be my last memory for London, so I just wanted to make it count and enjoy it."