The Olympics closing ceremony takes place this Sunday and so far the U.S. leads with 81 medals, while top competitor china slides to number two, with 77. One of those medals belongs to gymnast Jordyn Wieber who helped the U.S. women's gymnastics team win gold for the first time since the magnificent 7 in 1996.
Despite the victory, it's been a heart-breaking competition for Wieber who was edged out of the individual all-arounds by her own teammates and placed 7th in the floor exercise final after stepping out of bounds.
The 17-year-old who is about to start her senior year in high school will also be wearing a walking boot because of a suspected stress fracture in her right leg.
On "Starting Point," Wieber talks about her journey in the London Olympics and life after Team USA won gold.