Olympics 2012: Gabby Douglas' Uneven Bars Drama
The gold medalist takes on a new challenge in her stunning Olympic journey.
SPOILER ALERT: If you love the Olympics, and gymnastics, and do not wish to know the results of Monday's uneven bars competition until NBC's primetime replay, than read no further.
If you do, then here's the latest on Gabby Douglas: the 16-year-old U.S. gymnastics champ, who won the gold for the individual all-around, hit a roadblock in her stellar run Monday during the women's uneven bars final.
"I made a little mistake, but I’m human. And when you get toward the end of the Olympics, you’re kind of physically drained and tired," she said, according to the Washington Post.
Douglas finished last place on the uneven bars -- behind seven other competitors. Russian gymnast Aliya Mustafini took home the gold with a score of 16.133 while China's He Kexin snagged silver (15.933) and the U.K.'s Beth Tweedle the bronze (15.916).
As for Douglas, she scored a 14.900, and admitted: "Coming into the bar final is definitely a big challenge for me."
Next up: Tuesday's balance beam final.
Meanwhile, Douglas' fate looms like a giant question mark over London as Olympic gymnastics enthusiasts wonder: Will Douglas remain with two medals or go home with another gold?
The pressure is on.
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