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Simone Biles wins bronze in balance beam after withdrawing from other Tokyo Olympics events

Simone Biles has won bronze in the women's balance beam final after pulling out of other events at the Tokyo Olympics, citing mental health issues. The star gymnast received a score of 14.000 in her return to competition, placing her behind Chinese gymnasts Guan Chenchen and Tang Xijing. It was the seventh Olympic medal for Biles, tying her with Shannon Miller for the most ever for an American gymnast.
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Brennan: This was an exclamation mark on Biles' Olympics

24-year-old Simone Biles won a bronze medal in the women’s balance beam final competition, her second medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and her seventh Olympic medal overall. China took the other two medals with Guan Chenchen winning gold and China’s Tang Xijing taking silver.
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Aly Raisman talks about Simone Biles competing on balance beam

Joining TODAY live in Tokyo, three-time gold medalist Aly Raisman comments on the news that Simone Biles will compete on balance beam Tuesday after withdrawing from previous events: “I hope that she can just finish on a note for this Olympic Games that she’s proud of.” She adds that she’s “curious” about which dismount from the beam Biles will choose and talks about the “twisties” that have afflicted Biles. (Sponsored by Olay)Aug. 2, 2021.

Biles returns to Olympic competition, wins bronze on beam

TOKYO (AP) — Simone Biles found something a little more manageable than the weight of the world. The American gymnastics superstar earned her seventh Olympic medal and second in Tokyo with a third-place finish in the balance beam final on Tuesday, a week after she took herself out of several competitions to deal with a mental block that prevented her from twisting while performing.

Simone Biles wins bronze in the Olympics balance beam final

After withdrawing from all other finals, Simone Biles competed in the balance beam final at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday. Not only did she compete, but the star gymnast made the podium, taking home the bronze for Team USA. This was Biles' second medal of the games, after also winning silver in the team competition. She now ties with Shannon Miller as the most decorated US Olympic gymnast in history.
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Watch Simone Biles' Bronze Medal Performance on Balance Beam

Simone Biles returned to the gymnastics competition in Tokyo on Tuesday to participate in the women's balance beam finals. As usual, Biles ended up on the podium. Team USA's star gymnast earned a bronze medal with a score of 14.000. Gold and silver went to China's Guan Chenchen and Tang Xijing with scores of 14.633 and 14.233, respectively.