Gabby Douglas,Aly Raisman, Simone Biles, and the rest of the US women's Olympic gymnastics team are currently on the floor atRio 2016 to begin the process of defending their team gold. While they flip, tumble, and spin their way toward repeat greatness, the men of Team USA --who completed their own qualifying round on Aug. 6-- are on hand to cheer them on. Here's a look at 2016 Olympic gymnastics results forSam Mikulak, Chris Brooks, and the rest of the guys.

Team Olympic gymnastics results for Rio 2016

Team China, whose athletes scored gold at the 2012 Olympics, qualified in first place for the team final with a 270.461.

The men of USA gymnastics --Mikulak, Brooks, Alex Naddour, Jake Dalton, and Danell Leyva-- placed second (270.405) and are in good position to earn a spot on the podium. The Russian Federation came in fourth (269.612), and after a series of uncharacteristic miscues, Team Japan --which features reigning Olympic all-around champion Kohei Uchimura-- qualified just fourth (269.294). The other four teams that qualified include athletes representing Great Britain, home nation Brazil, Ukraine, and Germany. The eight teams will duke it out for gold on Aug. 8.

Olympic gymnastics all-around qualifiers

In other Olympic gymnastics results, Oleg Verniaiev of Ukraine qualified first for the men's all-around final with a 91.964.

Despite a less than stellar day of competition that was capped by a cringe-worthy fall from the high bar, Kohei Uchimura finished second (90.498), while the Russian Federation's David Belyavskiy (89.799) placed third. Other top qualifiers from the field of 24 that will move onto the gymnastics all-around final on Aug.

10 include:

  • 4. Deng Shudi, China, 89.665
  • 5. Nile Wilson, Great Britain, 89.240
  • 6. Ryohei Kato, Japan, 89.232
  • 7. Sam Mikulak, 89.041
  • 8. Sergio Sasaki, Brazil, 88.898

Brooks, who placed 19th, will also compete in the all-around for Team USA.

Apparatus finals: Olympic gymnastics results

The Aug. 6 qualifications also identified the men who will compete for individual gold on each apparatus.

Finals will take place Aug. 14-16. The eight-man rosters include:

Floor exercise: Sam Mikulak, Jacob Dalton, Kohei Uchimura, Diego Hypolito (Brazil), Max Whitlock (GBR), Kenzo Shirai (JPN), Kristian Thomas (GBR), and Arthur Mariano (Brazil).

Pommel horse: Whitlock, Louis Smith (GBR), Cyril Tommasone (FRA), Harutyun Merdinyan (ARM), Oleg Verniaiev, Nikolai Kuksenkov (RUS), Alex Naddour, Belyavskiy.

Rings: Liu Yang (CHN),Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE), You Hao (CHN), Arthur Zanetti (Brazil), Samir Ait Said (FRA)*, Dennis Goossens (BEL), Yuri VanGelder (NED).

* Samir Ait Said broke his leg during a grisly vault accident during qualifications and will not compete.

Vault: Ri Se Gwang (PRK), Denis Abliazon (RUS), Kenzo Shirai (JPN), Igor Radivilov (UKR), Marian Dragulescu (Romania), Nikita Dragornyy (RUS), Verniaiev, Tomas Gonzalez (CHI).

Parallel bars: Verniaiev, Belyavskiy, Deng, Manrique Larduet (CUB), You Hao, Danell Leyva, Kato, Andrei Vasile Muntean (Romania).

Horizontal bar: Fabin Hambuechen (GER), Wilson, Epke Zonderland (NED), Leyva, Francisco Barretto (Brazil), Mikulak, Verniaiev, Larduet.

Look for more Olympic gymnastics results from Rio 2016 as Simone Biles and Team USA compete in qualifications on Aug. 7. Check back at day's end for updated Olympic medal count standings.

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