Hundreds of fans gather to welcome Simone Biles home from Tokyo Olympics
ByFunAsia 07 Aug 2021 09:55 AM 166

Many fans gathered to welcome home American gymnastic Simone Biles in her old neighborhood of Spring, Texas, on Aug. 5.

In a video taken by Christopher Gunter, Biles and his co-Olympic gymnastic Jordan Chiles were welcomed by a group arranged in a procession as the pair of Olympians crashed into the Houston suburb where Biles and Chiles both live and train.

Biles was perched on top of a convertible waving to the group and yelling, "Much obliged! Love you folks!" with Chiles welcoming fans behind her.

Biles featured the current year's Olympics in the wake of guaranteeing five gold awards during the 2020 Rio Olympic Games. Following a violent beginning in the first moment of the group contest, Biles pulled out from the group tumbling finals and individual all-around occasions, referring to psychological wellness concerns.

Biles said she was experiencing the "twisties" and other mental detours. It was subsequently uncovered that Biles was lamenting the demise of a relative during the contest. She pulled out of the finals to secure herself and her group.

Chiles stepped in for the missing Biles in the uneven bars and equilibrium pillar in the group all-around finals. The Russian Olympic Committee barely defeated the United States for the gold award in the broad group occasion.

However, Biles returned on the last day of individual vaulting rivalry to last contend with the ladies' equilibrium pillar. With an improved presentation, not at all like her standard complex outrageous schedules, Biles won the bronze award and completed her daily practice with a radiating grin.

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Biles likewise brought home a silver award with the ladies' group execution.

Biles is currently attached with Shannon Miller for the most vocation Olympic awards as an American acrobat with her seven Olympic medals.

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