John Orozco was in second by .05 after prelims on Thursday -- and ended up edging defending national champ Danell Leyva by that same razor-thin margin after day two of men's nationals. Orozco looked sharp all day, capping his night with a 15.50 on floor -- almost half a point better than his day one score. He was remarkably consistent, too, with scores ranging from 15.00 (pommels) to 15.90 (vault).
Leyva was best in the meet on both high bar and parallel bars (where he is the defending world champ), and the all-around title could have gone either way. Both gymnasts seem to be locks for the Olympic team, though we'll have to wait until July 1, after Olympic Trials, to find out for sure.
Two-time US national champion and 2008 Olympian Jonathan Horton ended in fourth, after low scores on vault, where he is still coming back from injury, and pommel horse -- his longtime Achilles' heel.
Pictured: John Orozco; © Greg Trott / Getty Images