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JEFFREY BROWN: More on this day's events now with Christine Brennan. She's covering the Games for USA Today and ABC and joins us once again from London.
So, Christine, a big moment, a historic moment for Gabby Douglas. Tell us what you saw there today.
CHRISTINE BRENNAN, USA Today: Jeff, it really was something.
For the first time ever, the women's all-around competition in gymnastics at the Olympics, you can argue the most lucrative, the most famous of all Olympic gold medals, and the winner is the most famous Olympic gold medalist of them, potentially -- that for the first time ever goes to a woman of color, an African-American, Gabby Douglas, with a stellar performance.
She just didn't flinch. She took the lead right off the bat on the vault, never gave... [via Newshour]
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