Golden Gabby! Read Shawn Johnson's analysis of gymnastics all-around finals

American gymnast Gabby Douglas picked up the gold in the women's all-around finals.

Russian Viktoria Komova placed second. Aly Raisman, the other American in competition, placed fourth. Due to a tie-breaking rule, she narrowly missed out on a bronze medal despite receiving the same point score as Russia's Aliya Mustafina. Read the full story on special correspondent Shawn Johnson, who won silver in the event in Beijing, live-blogged her analysis; follow it below.

Questions? Tweet @ShawnJohnson by using the hashtag #OlympicsTODAY.

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Ok, so why isn't it a tie for Bronze? In fact, except for that one first, Aly out ranked her on all the other apparatus's.

    Reply#1 - Thu Aug 2, 2012 1:34 PM EDT
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