Could the next Olympic gymnast be right here in your hometown?
One Lehigh Valley group that's cranked out several of them gathered Sunday night to watch the games.
Among those watching the Americans go for gold was local 10 year-old gymnast Keeler Nichols.
"I do vault, bars, beams, floor," Nichols said. "I've been at the gym 37 hours a week."
She might just be America's next great gymnast.
"We've had Olympians in the last 40 years," said Parkettes coach Robin Netwall.
We've been there for 40 years."
Allentown's Parkettes Gymnastics School has cranked out several Olympic competitors over the years, including Coopersburg's Elizabeth Price. She's now serving as an alternate in London.
On Sunday night, Parkettes -- current and former -- gathered at Starter's Riverport Pub in Bethlehem to cheer on the American team., and their hometown favorite.
"I always want to support her, even if she doesn't get put in," Nichols said.
And even though Price won't be competing, her coach sees big things ahead for the 16 year-old phenom.
"Hopefully she's going to next year's world championships, so she's going to be trying out for the world championship team, and hopefully she'll make that," said Netwall.
And if you want a taste of just what these competitors are feeling, just ask Keeler's mom -- former elite gymnast Jessica Armstrong Nichols.
"There's so much pressure on these girls," said former gymnast Jessica Armstrong Nichols. "Looking back, I don't think I realized the level of competition that I competed at, and the amount of pressure that I was really under."
It's pressure any one of the young gymnasts is ready to take on.