This graphic was everywhere at the summit and I imagine will also be everywhere in London. USA! USA! USA!
She talked about the road to London and how best to help Team USA. From what she said, it looks like the High Bar might be her best shot at Gold.
This sprinter is looking for his first Olympic medal. Wallace Spearmon took 3rd in the 200m in Beijing but was disqualified for stepping out of his lane.
This cyclist battled an eating disorder and took her new found love of riding all the way to the Olympics. Go Dotsie!
In the press room, we had a core group of five reporters and producers from NBC stations around the country. Cool folks.
Sanya showing off her post-race pose in the spirit of "Tebowing." She calls it 'Rossing." This 2-time Olympic gold-medalist is going for more in London. Her specialties are the 200m and 400m.
This Houston-native took silver on the high bar and will only settle for gold in London.
Kayla Harrison and Travis Stevens square off for fun in front of the cameras.
Kayla and Travis on the mat. Here's to them putting the competition on the floor in London!
Me and Photographer Damon Sales holed-up in the hotel room editing our stories for the morning show.
This is what I see. It's supposed to be nicer than what you seen on television.
Having a snack at The Ginger Man pub in Dallas, I couldn't help but notice our hometown brewery, St. Arnold, with their famous and delicious root beer on the menu.
Being an In-N-Out Burger fan, I had to see with my own eyes that one actually got built in Texas.
Can't go to Dallas now without a stop at the world famous In-N-Out Burger, direct from California.