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Did Simone Biles make the 2021 Olympics?

Simone Biles will miss more time at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics as she continues to prioritize her mental health. Biles’ participation in the all-around was in question after she withdrew from the team final Tuesday. …

Who is on the Olympic Gymnastics team 2021?

July 23-Aug. 8, 2021

  • SIMONE BILES. Spring, Texas. World Champions Centre.
  • JORDAN CHILES. Vancouver, Wash. World Champions Centre.
  • SUNI LEE. St. Paul, Minn. Midwest Gymnastics Center.
  • GRACE MCCALLUM. Isanti, Minn. Twin City Twisters.
  • JADE CAREY. (Individual) Phoenix, Ariz. …
  • MYKAYLA SKINNER. (Individual) Gilbert, Ariz.

Is Simone going to the 2020 Olympics?

Simone Biles won a bronze medal in the balance beam final Tuesday, marking a triumphant return to the Tokyo Olympics. … This is Biles’s second medal in the 2020 games, following the silver USA won in the team final. Overall, she has seven Olympic medals, including four gold, the Times reported.

Who qualified for 2020 Olympics gymnastics?


Score Score
Jordan Chiles (USA) 14.700 12.866
Sunisa Lee (USA) 14.333 15.200
Grace McCallum (USA) 14.533 14.100

How many times has Simone Biles been to the Olympics?

Although Biles had only competed at one Olympics before, her medal count coming into Tokyo was higher than most gymnasts get in their entire career. At the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro, Biles won five Olympic medals: four gold and one bronze.

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Is Suni Lee adopted?

Sunisa Lee was born Sunisa Phabsomphou on March 9, 2003, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, to Yeev Thoj, a healthcare worker. Lee is of Hmong descent, and her mother, a refugee, immigrated to the United States from Laos as a child.

Can Simone Biles still compete in the Olympics?

Simone Biles, the four-time Olympic gold medalist, will not compete in Thursday’s individual all-around competition after withdrawing from the team finals because of a mental health issue, according to an emailed statement from U.S.A. Gymnastics.

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