Gymnastics competition at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games isscheduled to continue Aug. 14 with a quartet of individual event finals featuring a host of American athletes. So which competitors earned the right to go for gold on the uneven bars, pommel horse, women's vault, and men's floor exercise? Read on for a look at the rosters, as determined by 2016 Olympic gymnastics results notched during the qualification round.

Olympic uneven bars final to feature a double dose of Team USA

Two membersof the #FinalFive earned the right to compete for gold on the uneven bars, which is set for 3:21 PM Eastern on Sunday.

World event co-champion Madison Kocian posted the highest qualifying mark (15.866), while defending Olympic title holder Aliya Mustafina of Russia placed second (15.833) to earn the chance to earn a repeat victory. Gabby Douglas, who competed in the uneven bars final at the London Games and finished last, qualified third (15.766). The full eight-woman field includes:

  • Madison Kocian
  • Aliya Mustafina
  • Gabby Douglas
  • Daria Spiridonova, Russia, 15.683
  • Elisabeth Seitz, Germany, 15.466
  • Sophie Scheder, Germany, 15.433
  • Jessica Brizeida Lopez Arocha, Venezuela, 15.333
  • Chunsong Shang, China, 15.300

Simone Biles, Oksana Chusovitina to vault into history?

Newly minted Olympic gymnastics all-around title winnerSimone Biles posted the highest qualifying mark (16.050) on the vault, per Olympic gymnastics results from earlier in the meet.

The 19-year oldwill likely claim a third Rio 2016 gold medal during the vault final, butmany eyes are likely to be focused on 41-year old Oksana Chusovitina of Uzbekistan, who is competing in herseventhOlympic Games. She owns a pair of Olympic medals, including a team bronze from 1992 (Germany), and vault silver from the 2008 games in Beijing.

The full field of Rio 2016 vault finalists includes:

  • Simone Biles
  • Oksana Chosovitina
  • Maria Paseka, Russia
  • Dipa Karmakar, India
  • Giulia Steingruber
  • WangYan, China
  • Shallon Olsen, Canada
  • Hong Un Jong, PRK

Men's Olympic floor exercise final

The first 2016 Rio Olympic gymnastics results from individual apparatus finals will come from the men's floor exercise, which will begin at 1 PM Eastern on Aug.

14. The event final will feature four pairs of men representing just four nations --host country Brazil, the USA, Great Britain, and Japan-- and will include reigning apparatus --and newly crowned men's all-around-- champion Kohei Uchimura. The full roster includes:

  • Kohei Uchimura
  • Diego Hypolito, Brazil
  • Max Whitlock, Great Britain
  • Kristian Thomas, Great Britain
  • Arthur Mariano, Brazil
  • Jacob Dalton, USA
  • Kenzo Shirai, Japan
  • Samuel Mikulak, USA

Alex Naddour looks to medal on pommel horse

For their second event final of the day, the men will take on the pommel horse beginning at 2:34 PM Eastern. The field of eight includes 2012 Olympic pommel horse silver and bronze medalists Louis Smith and Max Whitlock, both of Great Britain, as well as the following competitors:

  • Cyril Tommasone, France
  • David Belyavskiy, Russia
  • Alex Naddour, USA
  • Oleg Verniaiev, Ukraine
  • Harutyun Merdinyan, Armenia
  • Nikolai Kuksenkov, Russia

Will Team USA add more medals to their already impressive Rio 2016 medal count?

Tune in to the actionand check out the Olympic gymnastics results tomorrow following the close of competition to find out.

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