Aug 5, 2012; London , United Kingdom; Elsabeth Black (CAN) is tended to by coaches after suffering an injury during the vault competition at North Greenwich Arena in the London 2012 Olympic Games. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
As the action continued in London over the weekend, USA learned there is no such thing as a "sure thing."
McKayla Maroney of USA was highly expected to come away with gold, but failed her second vault, while Romania's Sandra Izbasa needed nearly two perfect vaults to best Maroney, and she did just that scoring a 15.196 for the gold.
TiVo took a look at its audience research data last night and found the top 5 moments that had viewers watching over and over again:
McKayla Maroney (USA) failed to stick the landing, falling down into a sitting position on her second run in the Women's Vault Final
Sandra Raluca Izbasa of Romania hugs McKayla Maroney of America after the results show Sandra receiving the gold
16 year old, Elsabeth Black (CAN) lands knee first and then face down on the mat on her first vault in the Women's Vault Final, suffering an injury on the left ankle
Usain Bolt wins the Men's 100m in 9.63 seconds (Olympic record) with Yohan Blake coming in second. Justin Gatlin from USA wins the bronze
Double amputee, Oscar Pistorius of South Africa is trying to keep up pace in the Men's 400m Semifinal. He eventually finished last in the semifinal leg but won the respect of the crowd and the athletes. Kirani James from Grenada wins this leg with Chris Brown from Bahamas and Jonathan Borlee from Belgium
Each day of the Olympics, top moments from the previous evening's primetime broadcast will be featured on the TiVo blog: http://blog.tivo.com.