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The women's gymnasts at the U.S. Olympic Trials

Updated 1718 GMT (0118 HKT) July 8, 2016
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Simone Biles, a three-time all-around world champion and a four-time U.S. champion, is the favorite to win the all-around gold in this year's Olympics. Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images
Christina Desiderio, seen here competing on the balance beam during this year's P&G Championships, finished tied for sixth in the floor exercise there. Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images
Gabby Douglas won all-around gold at the London Olympics in 2012. She is trying to become the first woman since Nadia Comaneci to return to the Olympics after winning all-around gold. Elsa/Getty Images North
Brenna Dowell, seen here on the uneven bars during this year's Pacific Rim Championships, earned silver in the floor exercise at that meet. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Rachel Gowey, seen here on the balance beam during the Pan American Games, finished first in the uneven bars at that meet. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Lauren Hernandez finished third in the all-around at this year's P&G Championships. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Amelia Hundley placed sixth in the all-around at this year's P&G Championships. Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images
Madison Kocian finished second on the uneven bars at this year's P&G Championships. BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images
Ashton Locklear finished first in uneven bars and eighth on the balance beam at this year's P&G Championships. Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images
Maggie Nichols was second in the all-around at the American Cup in March. Elsa/Getty Images
Aly Raisman, who was part of the American "Fierce Five" that won Olympic gold in 2012, finished second in the all-around at this year's P&G Championships. Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images
Emily Schild was part of the championship team from the 2015 Pan American Games. Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images
MyKayla Skinner finished second in vault, tied for third on floor and 10th in the all-around at this year's P&G Championships. Ian MacNicol/Getty Images
Ragan Smith was part of the championship team at the Pacific Rim Championships this year. She also was the balance beam champion at the meet. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images