Simone Biles

The champion gymnast fought back tears as she told "Today" about how she hasn't been doing twists on tour.
The failure to properly investigate the USA Gymnastics doctor allowed him to sexually abuse 70 more athletes, lawmakers said in a Senate hearing.
Simone Biles teared up while talking on Capitol Hill during a hearing on the handling of the FBI investigation into Larry Nassar.
The "gross mishandling" of complaints against serial sexual abuser Larry Nassar led to "more athletes suffering unimaginable pain," said Sen. Richard Blumenthal.
"Best line ever. The queen has spoken," one commenter wrote on Instagram.
"I started doing a couple fulls, and on the first one it was literally like second nature again," the gymnastics gold medalist said.
"This happened more times than I would’ve wanted in practice at the games," the gymnastics great commented on scary footage of a fellow athlete.
The facility about an hour from the Olympic park allowed Biles to discreetly train for hours on end, away from scrutiny.
"It wasn’t any easier being here at the Olympic Games.”
The NFL player congratulated the gymnastics star after she earned a medal in the balance beam event at the Tokyo Olympics.
Simone Biles made a triumphant return to competition by earning a bronze medal in the balance beam final at the Tokyo Olympics.
Perhaps the greatest gymnast ever is rightfully satisfied with her Olympic bronze medal in the balance beam.
The U.S. star, whose personal struggles seized the world's attention, tied for the most Olympic medals ever won by an American gymnast.
The four-time gold medalist has one last chance for an individual medal at the Tokyo Olympics after mental health concerns arose.
The U.S. gymnast did not qualify for any apparatus event but got another shot when Biles dropped out of the vault.
Biles had previously bowed out of the team final at the Tokyo Olympics after experiencing the disorienting "twisties."
"One study shows that 63% of Black people don’t 'believe in' mental illness, dismissing it as a weakness or something on which white people spend their time and money."
"My ego interpreted it as the end of her artistic career. But when I listened, her message was much louder, clearer and broader than I could have dared imagine."
The four-time American gold medalist, who dropped out of the Olympic team and all-around events, said she can't tell up from down.