St. Paul, MN – Jordyn Wieber won the senior women's all- around title at the U.S. gymnastics championships Saturday night.
The 16-year-old Wieber, who led the event after the first day, sealed the win when she had a strong balance beam routing. She scored 15.3 on her final rotation and posted a two-day score of 121.3 for the all-around competition.
"I just wanted to come out here and have fun, that's the most important thing," Wieber said. "I tried to be really aggressive and confident."
That score was well ahead of McKayla Maroney (115.15). Alexandra Raisman (114.6) came in third.
Shawn Johnson, the Olympic all-around silver medalist, struggled and finished in 16th place.