The United States' all-around Olympic champion Sunisa Lee triumphed in the balance beam at the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships ©Getty Images

The United States' Olympic all-around champion Sunisa Lee was among the winners at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Women's Gymnastics Championships, which featured a star-studded line-up in Fort Worth.

Lee claimed the women's all-around gold at Tokyo 2020, as well as a silver in the team event and bronze in the uneven bars.

She was the first Olympic all-around champion to compete at the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, and triumphed in the balance beam at Dickies Arena.

The Auburn gymnast scored 9.9625, with Iowa's Adeline Kenlin and Missouri's Sienna Schreiber both earning silver after posting 9.9500.

However, Lee was beaten to the all-around individual title by Florida's Trinity Thomas.

Thomas notched the only perfect 10 of the competition in the floor on her way to a total score of 39.8125, while Lee had to settle for second with 39.6750.

Megan Skaggs, also of Florida, placed third with 39.6625.

The perfect 10 was the record 19th of Thomas's collegiate career.

The all-around was one of three golds won by Thomas at the National Championships, as she also triumphed in the uneven bars and floor exercise.

Jaedyn Rucker of Utah scored 9.9625 to take the vault title.

The team title was won by Oklahoma for the fifth time in eight years.

Ragan Smith's 9.9625 on the balance beam proved decisive for Oklahoma, clinching gold at the expense of Florida, for whom Thomas scored another perfect 10 in the floor element.

Oklahoma scored 198.2000, with Florida notching 198.0875 and Utah taking bronze with 197.7500.