EVERETT, Wash. (AP) -- This was more like it for Jordyn Wieber.
Two weeks after winning the American Cup with a so-so performance, the world gymnastics champion was back to her dominating self Friday night. Wieber rolled to yet another all-around title at the Pacific Rim championships, beating U.S. teammate Kyla Ross by almost two points and setting the tone as the Americans won the team title in commanding fashion.
"I was pretty happy that I hit four solid events," Wieber said. "It has been a couple of competitions since I hit four solid routines without major mistakes, and I'm glad I did that. I came into this meet wanting to make improvements from the American Cup, and I feel like I did that."
Wieber finished with 61.05 points. Ross, a two-time U.S. junior champion who was making her senior debut, had 59.20. Canada's Christine Lee, who competed in the first of Friday's two sessions, was third.
"Jordyn was in much better shape than at the American Cup. I liked her energy level," national team coordinator Martha Karolyi said. "I think she is very much in the right track in her preparation."
Gabby Douglas, who caused a stir two weeks ago with her dazzling performance at American Cup, had a rough night, falling on both vault and balance beam. She did post the highest score on uneven bars, a 15.50.
The U.S., which has won the Pacific Rim meet every time since it became a biennial event in 2000, finished with 239.25 points and posted the highest score on all four events. China was second with 220.65, despite not sending its top gymnasts, and Canada third with 219.00.
"Coming here, we were not thinking about winning or not winning," Karolyi said. "We knew that the team is strong, but the main importance of everything this year is how we prepare for the Olympic Games.
"Most of the girls lived up to expectations tonight," Karolyi added. "And even when there were some mistakes, we're learning from it."
Australia's chances at a top-three finish took a hit when senior competitor Georgia Simpson took a nasty fall on her first tumbling run on floor exercise. She was taken to a local hospital, and Australian officials later said she had dislocated her left ankle. Australia wound up fourth with 214.500.
Katelyn Ohashi, who is too young to compete at this summer's London Olympics, led a 1-2-3 U.S. finish in the junior competition. Ohashi finished with 60.00 points, and her 15.85 on balance beam was the highest score of the day on any event.