Men's Gymnastics All-Around Final: USA's John Orozco Fails To Medal, Danell Leyva Collects Bronze

The individual all-around portion of the 2012 London Olympics men's gymnastics competition has finished, and Bronx, NY native John Orozco disappointingly just missed out on earning a medal, finishing in eighth place. Overall, Japan's Kohei Uchimura earned the gold medal with a total score of 92.690, finishing ahead of Germany's Marcel Nguyen and the United States' Danell Leyva, who earned silver and bronze medal, respectively.

Orozco's best performances come on the floor and rings, where he finished third in both events. However, in the other four events Orozco finished no better than eight -- the lowest being 23rd on the pommel horse.

As for Leyva, he made a nice charge up the standings and put pressure on Uchimura after a solid performance on the horizontal bar, but he fell just short.

For more on the 2012 Summer Games, please be sure to check out our Olympic Hub and SB Nation New York for all the latest news and updates.

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