Gabby Douglas just made history in London.
The 16-year old became the first African-American female gymnast to win Gold in the all-around individual competition.
Leading the entire way, Douglas finished with 62.232 points, out-earning Russia's Victoria Komova (61.973). Aly Raisman of the U.S. actually finished tied for third, but did not medal due to a tiebreaker that gave the edge to Aliya Mustafina based on "execution.
A near-fall on the balance beam likely cost Raisman a spot on the podium, but we're sure her excitable parents are still very proud.
Earlier in the week, Douglas and Raisman were part of the first women's team to capture gymnastic Gold since 1996, proving once and for all: no one can flip, tumble and split like those who represent the red, white and blue!