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This past Tuesday at the Tokyo Olympics, Chinese gymnasts Guan Chenchen and Tang Xijing won gold and silver, respectively, on the balancing beam. By contrast, Simone Biles tied Shannon Miller for the most Olympic medals won by a U.S. gymnast with her bronze medal performance on the balancing beam on Tuesday night. Continue Reading for more Updates Simone Biles Claims Balance Beam Bronze As Chinas Guan.

Simone Biles Claims Balance Beam Bronze As Chinas Guan ...

Simone Biles Claims Balance Beam Bronze As Chinas Guan

Biles scored a perfect 14.000 on a double-pike dismount that involved no twisting at all. A bronze medal was awarded for that performance, which came in third place behind China’s Guan Chenchen (14.633) and Tang Xijing (14.233).

Sunisa Lee of the United States, the reigning Olympic all-around champion, placed fifth. Lee, at only 18 years old, earned a silver in the team final and a bronze on uneven bars at the Tokyo Olympics.

About 90 minutes before the competition began, Biles walked onto the floor, sparkling in a red, white, and blue leotard covered in approximately 5,000 crystals. Whether or whether she was nervous, she didn’t show it. She began her workout as if it were any other day at the Houston suburbs gym owned by her family.

After a tumultuous Tokyo Games in which she abruptly withdrew from the team competition after doing only one vault on Tuesday, citing mental health difficulties, Biles, a three-time world champion on the beam, concluded with bronze but was regarded a victory.

In Tokyo, the 24-year-old was hoping to win a record-breaking six gold medals, which would have made her the most successful female Olympian of all time in any sport. However, she experienced a confidence crisis and had to pull out of the all-around, vault, asymmetric bars, and floor exercise finals.

Last Words

Simone Biles, who withdrew from earlier events at the Tokyo Olympics due to mental health concerns, has won bronze in the women’s balancing beam final.

Biles told reporters after winning bronze, “I wasn’t expecting to medal.” As she put it, “just to have one more opportunity to participate at the Olympics meant the world to me.” “I simply came out here and tried to execute a decent beam set.” Thanks for reading our article Simone Biles Claims Balance Beam Bronze As Chinas Guan.