Gabby Douglas won her second gymnastics gold medal with the All-Around title, and is now set for more “gold” with a sponsorship windfall after the London Olympics. By adding that title to the team crown she helped the U.S. win earlier, the 16-year-old from Virginia Beach, Virginia, became the first American woman to win both golds at a single Olympics. Douglas — nicknamed the “Flying Squirrel” — would be a great saleswoman for everything from toothpaste to cosmetics to airline tickets, said Bob Dorfman, executive creative director at San Francisco-based Baker Street Advertising. “All-around gold means serious green for Douglas, in the neighborhood of at least one to three million dollars a year,” Dorfman said in an e-mail interview. Douglas’s win is the third straight all-around title for a U.S. woman at the Olympics following Nastia Liukin in 2008 and Carly Patterson in 2004. Mary Lou Retton is the only other American woman to win the all-around, at the 1984 Los Angeles Games. The Americans won the team event for the first time since the 1996 Atlanta Games earlier this week! Never before had U.S. women gymnasts won the team and all- around competitions at the same Olympics.