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 NBCOlympics.com.

TODAY.com 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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