Heading into the Olympics, world all-around champion Jordyn Wieber expected to be standing on top of the all-around podium. However, she didn't qualify to the all-around final because her teammates Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman had higher scores, and only two competitors are allowed per country.
Instead, it was Douglas who won all-around gold with a dazzling performance on Thursday. Immediately afterwards, Wieber sent this tweet to her teammate:
Congrats @gabrielledoug! You are the Olympic all around champion and you deserve it girl!
Immediately after Wieber's disappointment on Sunday, her mother sent her a tweet that called her daughter "all class." Wieber continued to prove just how classy she is.
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