Simone Biles is withdrawing from the final staff occasion of the Olympic Video games in Tokyo attributable to a psychological downside
While Simone Biles dominates every exercise mat she steps on, it was announced Tuesday morning that she will not compete in the final event with Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics.
According to ESPN, Simone returned to the ground with her leg wrapped around her leg after landing her jump on Tuesday, announcing that she was retiring from the last team competition. Team USA Gymnastics Twitter account released an official statement on Simone’s withdrawal, quoting her as having a “medical problem” and later clarifying that she had decided to step back on mental health concerns.
“Simone Biles has withdrawn from the team’s finals due to a medical problem,” the statement said. “It is examined daily to determine medical clearance for future competitions. I think of you, Simone! “
Simone later made it clear that while she wanted to support her team, but didn’t want the stress of the events to affect her physical health, she decided to retire.
“Fortunately no injury and that’s why I took a step back because I didn’t want to do something stupid out there and get hurt,” Simone Biles said during a press conference. “So I thought it would be best for these girls to do the work and do the rest of the work, which they absolutely did. You are now an Olympic silver medalist and should be really proud of yourself. “
“The Olympics have been very stressful overall, in my opinion,” she continued. “Not having an audience, so many different variables play a role. It’s been a long week, it’s been a long Olympic process, it’s been a long year. And I think we’re just too stressed out. We should be having fun out here and sometimes that’s not the case. “
It’s unclear if Simone Biles will be returning to the Olympics, but we’ll keep you updated, Roomies!
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