The U.S. Olympic Gymnastics teams are set after the trials in San Jose wrapped up this weekend, and each is filled with fresh faces ready to light up America's television screens pretty much nonstop for the next month and a half.
Let's take a look at each team, starting with the women. Each participant on the women's team will be headed to their first games -- the oldest participant, Alexandra Raisman, turned 18 a little more than a month ago, so none of these girls were old enough to compete back in 2008.
2012 Women’s Olympic Team:
Gabby Douglas, Virginia Beach, Va./Chow's Gymnastics and Dance Institute
McKayla Maroney, Long Beach, Calif./All Olympia Gymnastics Center
Aly Raisman, Needham, Mass./Brestyan's American Gymnastics
Kyla Ross, Aliso Viejo, Calif./Gym-Max Gymnastics
Jordyn Wieber, DeWitt, Mich./Gedderts' Twistars USA
Sarah Finnegan, St. Louis, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
Anna Li, Aurora, Ill./Legacy Elite
Elizabeth Price, Coopersburg, Pa./Parkettes National Gymnastics Center
Douglas won the all-around competition by just .100 points. She finished with a two-day total of 123.450, while Wieber had a 123.350. The women's team is a favorite to win gold in London.
On the men's side, seven of the eight competitors headed to London will be participating in their first Olympics. Jonathan Horton won a silver in the horizontal bars and earned a bronze medal for his participation on the men's team.
2012 Men’s Olympic Team:
Jake Dalton, Reno, Nev./University of Oklahoma
Jonathan Horton, Houston/Team Hilton HHonors (Cypress)
Danell Leyva, Miami/Team Hilton HHonors (Universal Gymnastics)
Sam Mikulak, Newport Coast, Calif./University of Michigan
John Orozco, the Bronx, N.Y./Team Hilton HHonors (U.S. Olympic Training Center)
Chris Brooks, Houston/Team Hilton HHonors (Cypress)
Steven Legendre, Port Jefferson, N.Y./Team Hilton HHonors (University of Oklahoma)
Alexander Naddour, Gilbert, Ariz./Team Hilton HHonors (USA Youth Fitness Center)
Leyva and Orozco qualified automatically as the first and second finishers, with the rest being selected by committee. The men's team is also a likely medal podium candidate in London.
For more on USA Gymnastics and the 2012 London Olympics, check out SB Nation's London Olympics hub.