Olympians McKayla Maroney and Aly Raisman were both injured while performing on uneven bars during Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics in Ontario, Calif., over the weekend.
Maroney – who took home one gold and one silver medal following this summer's Olympic Games in London – fell following a simple dismount from the bars. The 16-year-old 2011 world vault champion had to be carried out of the arena by medics.
Raisman – who took home two gold medals and one bronze in London – suffered a fall after she failed to land a Shaposhnikova.
Named after gymnast Natalia Shaposhnikova, the move begins on the low bar, facing away from the high bar. The gymnast then does a free hip circle around the bar, releasing the lower bar and propelling up to high bar, catching it to complete the move.
Raisman reportedly fell to her stomach, landing on a section of the arena's concrete floor that was not covered by a mat. But she was able to walk out of the arena.
Before the show, Raisman Tweeted a playful photo of herself and team mates, asking, "Ontario… Are you ready for us?"
Ontario... Are you ready for us?instagr.am/p/PWFFvMvuez/— Alexandra Raisman (@Aly_Raisman) September 9, 2012
Neither Maroney or Raisman were included in the show's finale, when the gymnasts were lifted into the air, each clutching one of the five Olympic rings.
A source told WCBV-TV that Raisman is fine and in San Diego as she prepares for the next stop on the gymnastics tour.
Meanwhile, Maroney Tweeted on Monday: "Not bad for hospital food."
An audience member captured both falls on YouTube. Watch the video below: