After retiring in the heat of team competition and after deciding not to participate in an individual all-round competition to maintain common sense, Simone Biles has decided not to compete in the finals for individual archery and uneven bars in the Rhythmic Gymnastics of the Olympic Games.
This was reported by the American Gymnastics Federation, Gymnastics USA, via a statement on social media. “After a new consultation with medical staff, Simone Biles decided to withdraw from the event finals due to jumps and uneven poles.”.
In addition, it is also in the report his performance in the remaining two finals was called into question by other devices to which Biles qualified in the general classification, the only test he passed in Tokyo 2020. “We will continue to evaluate him every day to determine if he will compete in the finals of the ground and carrier exercise.”
Faced with this new loss of the most successful gymnast in the history of the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cups, the American team showed that MyKayla Skinner will be your replacement on the floor Jade Carey she will be the athlete who will compete in her place in the final of the individual pole chosen when Simone decided not to participate in the final.
The problems of Biles and his performance in the competition began when he completed the first rotation of the American team in the competition, which took place in Centro Ariake gymnastics last Tuesday in Tokyo. After an irregular fall, an official account in Tokyo reported that she was “visited by a coach” and that she had left the place. The gymnast decided not to warm up for the bar machine and left her place to Jordan Chiles. When Simone returned to the venue, she was seen wearing the equipment of the U.S. Olympic Committee and limited herself to closely monitoring her team’s performances.
When the team competition, which marked the end of U.S. hegemony in the hands of a group of young Russians competing under the flag of their country’s Olympic Committee, ended, Biles appeared before the world media and was forceful in his message related to his mental health and care. , which he needs to compete again in Tokyo.
“From the moment I step on stage, I’m alone with my head, dealing with demons in my head. I need to do what is good for me and focus on my mental health and not endanger my health and well-being”Repeated the 24-year-old athlete.
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