After stepping away from the sport for two years, Simone Biles announces her comeback

Simone Biles, a star gymnast for the USA and one of the all-time greats, is slated to compete again later this summer, which is sure to be a big deal.

The return of Biles to the U.
was officially announced on Wednesday.
In Hoffman Estates, Illinois, on August 4–6, the Classic is currently scheduled. Biles will return to the gymnastics floor after a nearly two-year absence, showcasing her ability to defy gravity with her breathtaking routines.

Gymnastics fans will have the chance to watch her skills and experience firsthand the artistry and athleticism that have made her a household name as a four-time Olympic gold medalist and iconic figure in the sport.

Biles has made the decision to return to competitive gymnastics after some introspection and putting her mental health first.

Biles was forced to withdraw from five of the events she was scheduled to compete in during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which were held in 2021, after experiencing the “twisties,” which occur when a gymnast loses control of where they are in midair.

Biles courageously decided to leave the sport after the Games. After enduring unimaginable stress as a result of her testimony regarding the sexual abuse she endured at the hands of USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, who was sentenced to 40 to 175 years for sexual abuse, she took the time to concentrate on herself and ensure her general well-being. She did this in recognition of the importance of her mental health.

Biles became a breakout star during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. She reached new heights, winning gold medals in the team all-around, individual all-around, vault, and floor exercise in addition to a bronze on the balance beam.

However, Biles faced unforeseen difficulties during the 2020 Games. She initially dominated the competition, but she encountered unexpected difficulties and withdrew from a number of event finals. The bravery of Biles in putting her mental health first while under the stress of competing in the Olympics brought attention to the significance of mental health in competitive sports.

After she decided to stop competing, Biles was showered with sympathy and support from the public, other athletes, and the wider world.