Team Captain — Aly Raisman

Aly 23 years old, was the captain of 2012 women’s Olympic artistic team in London, and she repaid to the Olympics in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro as the captain of the team for once more. If she returns to the Summer Olympics 2020 Games in Tokyo, expect her to be the team captain once again.

Raisman was the oldest member of the women’s Olympic artistic teams in both London and Rio, and if she returns to the Olympics 2020. There is no reason to doubt that she is not as strong as she has ever been. Olympic Artistic fans from all over the world can book summer Olympic Artistic Tickets online from our one of the most trusted online ticketing market platform.

Aly Raisman team captain
USA Women’s Artistic team captain

While a return to the Olympics is not a sure thing at this point for Raisman, she is an undisputed leader, and she has recently proven that beyond doubt even outside of the gym given the inspiring way by which she has handled the Larry Nassar sexual assault scandal.

Raisman and more than 265 others have accused the former USA Artistic doctor of sexual assault, and he is set to spend his life behind bars because of it after pleading guilty on several charges.

Of the eight different members of the 2012- and 2016-women’s Olympic artistic teams, five have come forward with sexual assault allegations against Nassar. Aside from Raisman, the other four are McKayla Maroney, Jordyn Wieber, Simone Biles, and Gabby Douglas.

In the 2012 Summer Olympics, she won a gold medal for her performance in the floor exercise and a bronze medal for her adorable. Raisman placed fourth in the all-around competition, losing third on a tiebreaker.

In the Summer Olympics 2016, Raisman won a silver medal for her performance in the floor exercise as the defending gold medal winner of the event, and she won a silver medal in the all-around competition as well. She also won a gold medal as a member of the team.

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Tokyo Olympic 2020 – USA Women’s Artistic team Forecast

Gabby Douglas

Gabby Douglas, was a member of the 2016 women’s Olympic artistic team in Rio de Janeiro. She was also a member of the 2012 women’s Olympic artistic team in London. However, she will not be returning to the Olympics 2020 in London.

In the 2012 Summer Olympics, Douglas, 22, won a gold medal for her performance in the all-around competition in addition to the gold medal she won as a member of the team. She finished in 7th place on the balance beam and 8th place on the uneven bars.

In the Summer Olympics 2016, Douglas failed to medal in an individual event, as she finished in 7th place on the uneven bars. However, she has won a gold medal as a member of the team.

Gabby Perea

Perea was just in January and has never competed in the Summer Olympics before. Though, that could be very well changed in Tokyo Olympic 2020.

She has won some other gold and silver medals in these competition and other competitions as well. Perea is presently a member of the US national team, and she has been a member of the team since March of 2016.

In the 2016 Artistic gymnastic International Junior Cup in Canada, Perea won the all-around title. In the 2017 Artistic gymnastic International Junior Cup, she placed second in the all-around competition.

In the 2016 City of Jesolo Trophy competition in Jesolo in Italy, she positioned third in the all-around competition. Perea also positioned third in the all-around competition in 2016 P&G Championships in St. Louis, Missouri, which essentially means that she would qualify for the 2020 Olympic team.

In the Championships 2016 P&G, Perea, who has committed the University of California, Berkeley, finished behind only Maile O’Keefe and Riley McCusker, two other 2020 Olympic hopefuls.

Ragan Smith

Ragan Smith, she has technically already been an Olympian despite the fact that she has never competed in the Olympics, as she was an alternative for the 2016 women’s Olympic artistic team in Rio de Janeiro.

2016 In Jesolo, Tokyo, at the City of Jesolo Trophy competition, Smith placed second in the all-around competition, and she won the all-around title in the 2017 American Cup in Newark, New Jersey. In the 2017 U.S. National Artistic Championships in Anaheim, California, Smith won the all-around title as well. She has won several other gold and silver medals in these and other competitions as well.

Competing in the summer games Olympic 2020 is not at the front of Smith’s mind at this point, but it remains a goal in the back of her head, which is right where it is for plenty of others right now with still more than one year to go until the opening ceremony.

Simone Biles

Simone Biles took the world by tempest with her amazing performances in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and her goal is to return to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Given how well she performed two years ago, don’t be surprised if it happens.

She has won a gold medal for her performance in the floor exercise, a gold medal for her performance on the vault, a gold medal in the all-around competition, and a bronze medal for her performance.

Biles also newly made her appearance as a cheerleader for the Houston Texans NFL team, proving that she can pretty much do it all and that she is ready to compete in the Olympics again if she attempts to make a return in Olympic 2020.

Madison Kocian

Madison was a member of the 2016 women’s Olympic artistic team in Rio de Janeiro. Nevertheless, a return to the 2020 Olympics in London is unlikely after the 20year-old chose to continue competing in artistic at UCLA.

In the Summer Olympics 2016, Kocian won a silver medal for her performance on the uneven bars in addition to the gold medal she won as a member of the team.

Gabby Douglas, was a member of the 2016 women’s Olympic artistic team in Rio de Janeiro. She was also a member of the 2012 women’s Olympic artistic team in London. However, she will not be returning to the Olympics 2020 in London.

In the 2012 Summer Olympics, Douglas, 22, won a gold medal for her performance in the all-around competition in addition to the gold medal she won as a member of the team. She finished in 7th place on the balance beam and 8th place on the uneven bars.

In the Summer Olympics 2016, Douglas failed to medal in an individual event, as she finished in 7th place on the uneven bars. However, she has won a gold medal as a member of the team.

Laurie Hernandez

Laurie Hernandez made her Olympic entrance in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro as the youngest member of the five women on the “Final Five” artistic team at the age of 16 years old.

When the Summer Games Olympics 2020 roll around, Hernandez, 17, will only be 20 years old, so a return is certainly not out of the question, nor should it be given the success she had two years ago.

At the 2016 Summer Olympics, Hernandez won a silver medal for her performance on the balance beam in addition to the gold medal she won as a member of the team. She is definitely the notable omission with the best chance of being a member of the women’s Olympic 2020 artistic team in Tokyo.

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