Simone Biles withdraws from the final of the women’s gymnastics team at the Tokyo Olympics

Simone Biles she missed the last three rotations of the women’s gymnastics team final at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

According to NBC, the four-time gold medalist competed in her first jump rotation on Tuesday, July 27.

However, after landing, Biles was seen coming off the competition floor with a coach.

As Biles was ready to compete on the uneven bars below, her teammate Jordan Chiles stepped in instead.

“Simone has withdrawn from the final team competition due to a medical problem,” USA Gymnastics said in a statement Tuesday. She will be evaluated daily to determine medical clearance for future competitions. “

The United States women’s gymnastics team won the silver medal, with Biles cheering on your friends and fellow athletes. Russia won the gold medal and Great Britain won the silver.

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This news comes just a day after Biles took to social media to talk about the pressure of the Games after the preliminaries.

“It wasn’t an easy day or the best, but I got through it,” he wrote. “I really feel like sometimes I have the weight of the world on my shoulders. I know I forget and make it seem like the pressure doesn’t affect me, but damn, sometimes it’s hard hahaha!” She continued.

“The Olympics are not a joke! BUT I am happy that my family was able to be with me virtually, they mean a lot to me!”

Although she exited the team competition, Biles is still ready to compete in the individual competition on Thursday, July 29.

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