After becoming the most decorated gymnast in history, Simone Biles can do whatever she wants.
So what is next for the US gymnast?
We already know that the next stop for her is Tokyo for the 2020 Olympic Games. But, with sprinter Usain Bolt and swimmer Michael Phelps both retired, Biles is
There is surely nothing left that could be surprising about US gymnast Simone Biles.
She has dominates the world of women's artistic gymnastics; is an open book when she has something to say, and she collects medals like many others her age collect shoes.
The one thing that Biles doesn't do, however,
Simone Biles has revealed that next year's Tokyo Olympics “will be her last”.
The 22-year-old, who last year, in Qatar, became the first woman to win four all-around world titles, is adamant there is no chance of extending her extraordinary reign beyond next year.
Referring to a series of relatively minor injuries
Simone Biles started off 2019 the same way she ended 2018: on the top step of the podium.
The reigning world and Olympic all-around gymnastics champion easily won her 2019 debut at the DTB Pokal World Cup.
The 22-year-old posted an all-around score of 58.800, more than 3.5 points clear of runner-up
Nothing could stop Simone Biles from making history in Doha, not even a kidney stone.
The US gymnast did so by becoming the first female gymnast to win four all-around world titles with victory in Doha.
Such is Biles' dominance of the sport she could afford a series of uncharacteristic mistakes on
If you haven’t been sleeping under a rock the last couple of years, you have seen at least one of the hundreds of news stories swirling around the turmoil at the United States of America Gymnastics (USAG). That’s because two years ago 265 brave gymnasts came forward accusing the USAG national team
Simone Biles battled through the pain barrier to help the United States win the world team title at the World Gymnastics Championships in Doha and earn her 11th career gold medal in the competition.
The 21-year-old, who has been suffering from a kidney stone since being rushed to hospital in the
Simone Biles spent a portion of the night before her return to world championships in the hospital. The sensation she chalked up to the usual pre-meet stress evolved into searing agony that at times left her crawling on the floor.
When a CT scan revealed a kidney stone — one she
Simone Biles wants to get this out of the way first. She didn't return to gymnastics to appease anyone. Not her sponsors. Not her family. And not the organisation she represents.
This "comeback" - a word the Olympic champion isn't really a fan of - is about curiosity and self-respect. To
While Max Whitlock was labouring to a second consecutive disappointment at the European Championships in Glasgow, Simone Biles swept all before her on a spectacular and poignant return at the US Nationals.
They could hardly have experienced a more contrasting year to date, but two of the sport's modern greats are