Jordyn Wieber has made no decisions about the next Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, but she has not ruled it out either.
"I don't know, it's still undecided. I definitely feel like I have some unfinished business with the sport so we'll see," said Wieber.
Local 4 spoke to Wieber Thursday while she was still in London. Wieber, who is from DeWitt, Mich., has been able to start enjoying some of the sights and sounds of London now that the gymnastics competition is over.
Wieber and the rest of the "Fierce Five," as they are now calling themselves, will go down in history as the first U.S. women's team to win the Olympic gold medal for the team competition in the last 16 years. The last American women's team to do that was in 1996.
"I'm really happy with this Olympic experience, it definitely had its ups and downs, a little bit of disappointment at not making the All-Around competition but coming away with the gold medal with the team is more than I could ask for," said Wieber.
Wieber attributed training as a team before the Olympics as part of the reason for their success in the team competition.
"I think just training together for the few weeks before the Olympics, we really bonded as a team, and I think that ultimately led to the success in the team competition. We were so close and bonded that we had no problem going out there and cheering for each other," said Wieber.
Wieber will not be returning home with an individual medal. The two per country rule kept Wieber from qualifying for the All-Around competition final and she came in seventh in the Women's Floor Exercise.
Earlier this week, Wieber admitted that she has been dealing with a stress fracture during the Olympic competition.
"It's just a small stress fracture, I was able to fight through the pain throughout the whole competition and I'm happy that I was able to finish. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, so I couldn't just give up so easily," said Wieber.
"It wasn't too bad at first, it was just a small amount of pain, once I got onto the competition floor my adrenalin kind of took over and I couldn't really feel it. But once it got down to the end of the weeks and the floor finals it affected me a little bit I wasn't able to perform my best routine but I definitely fought through it and I'm happy with the way things turned out."
Wieber told Local 4 she is thrilled for her teammates Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman. Douglas won the gold medal in the Women's All-Around competition and team captain Aly Raisman won a gold medal in the Floor Exercise and a bronze medal in the Balance Beam competition.
"I am so proud of Aly and Gabby, they did amazing these Olympics and I'm happy they fulfilled all their dreams," said Wieber.
Wieber said she is looking forward to her senior year in high school and being a normal student. As for college, Wieber hopes to head west, with UCLA at the top of her list.