On Saturday, 20-year-old Douglas won the American Cup at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, which was her first gold since winning the Olympic all-around in London in 2012. There have only been six American women who have gone on to compete in two Olympic competitions since 1980. Thus far, the only woman who has gotten gold medalist twice was Věra Čáslavská in 1968. No pressure, Gabby.
Gymnast and 2012 Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas became the first star to unveil her wax figure at San Francisco’s newest wax attraction, Madame Tussauds San Francisco.
Gabby Douglas has accomplished a lot in her short, yet very exciting life.
The Olympic gold medalist has two books out, and soon she’ll have a film under her belt.
17 year-old Olympic champion Gabby Douglas is back in the gym training, after a whirlwind year of media appearances and projects.
She’ll be training in a gym in West Des Moines, Iowa with her coach Liang Chow.
They’re aiming for a return to competition next year.
Morning, folks. As the end of last week approached, it became very clear that I’d have to address two very different stories: the all-around awesomeness of Gabby Douglas and this Chick-Fil-A poor excuse of a protest. There’s no clever way to introduce either topic or merge them together, so just check out what I have to say after the jump.