Simone Biles Dominates U.S. Olympic Gymnastic Trials

Simone Biles is very near making a chance to contend and make history at the Olympics in Tokyo. According to Today, the trailblazing gymnast has been controling at the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials, and currently leads the competitors in a variety of events.

Biles, 24, leads with an overall total of 60.565 points, with Suni Lee in 2nd location, and Jordan Chiles in 3rd, the report notes. In addition to her amazing efficiency on the balance beam and the vault, Biles made her highest career score in the floor workout event with 15.366 points.

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While Biles presently holds the top spot at the trials, she needs another day of success to join the main U.S. Olympic Gymnastics roster. The Today report suggests that the 2 leading competitors at the trials will instantly earn a spot to compete at the Summertime Olympics.

Three other gymnasts will be picked by a committee to fill out the team’s lineup. Jade Carey is presently the only gymnast who is automatically locked in for the Olympics this year after being welcomed separately in 2020, NBC Report.

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Biles, who made history in 2016 after being the very first lady to win four gold medals in one Olympics video game, is wanting to make history at the Tokyo Olympics. If she continues to lead the competition the exact same method she is now, she could break the U.S. record for the most Olympic wins held by a woman in any sport.

The Summer Olympics is set to begin July 23 in Tokyo, Japan. Originally prepared for Summer 2020, the competitors was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Released

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