Simone Biles pursuing history at Tokyo 2020 | Top Performers

Simone Biles pursuing history at Tokyo 2020 | Top Performers


Some people say the sequel is never as good as the original. Is this the coronation? Power and dynamics that take your breath away. This has been her destiny. All along. Simone Biles is looking for one of the most elusive sequels in all of sports. Back to back Olympic gold. I don’t think really anything intimidates me. So how does the best in the world. It’s Simones party and everyone else is just a guest. Incredible. Get better. This will be named after her. Triple twisting. Double back. Money. The most difficult pieces of gymnastics I’ve ever witnessed. Already the most decorated gymnast in world championships history. Biles aims to become the first woman to repeat as Olympic all-around champion in more than 50 years. Not even close to being done yet. But widely accepted as the greatest. Of all time. I never think about the records I honestly just try to do my work. With some new skills in tow. She does two flips and two twists. Absolutely incredible first person in history. To ever perform that skill. One twist, two, and a
third impossible! I feel like every day in training I kind of amaze myself even more so we’ll have to see what’s to come. In 2016 Simone Biles came to Rio in pursuit of a dream. In 2020 she’ll be in Tokyo pursuing history. She is something else. Once in a lifetime. It doesn’t matter how far ahead I am I should try to better my gymnastics and myself.

68 Replies to “Simone Biles pursuing history at Tokyo 2020 | Top Performers”

  1. Simone is burdened with so much pressure to shower her country with gold and beat record after record. It must be stressful.

  2. I hope she goes for 3 Olympic AA titles. I know it's asking a lot of her to give up another 4 years for this sport but… She should make sure no one ever comes close to beating her records for decades to come.

  3. hmmm…. I don't want to see her in Tokyo. Because I really really care about radioactive. Does she participate in Tokyo 2020?? Oh no….

  4. I really hope she’s not dealing with injury behind closed doors. No matter what she does in 2020, she’s deserves respect and care.

  5. The best gymnast with addicting smile! I can only pray for your health and safety so we can always watch the most entertaining gymnast in the world. You always surprise us with your talent and creativity.Thanks for making the gymnastic world exciting!

  6. When you're a young black kid, you're always pressured to be better than everyone else just to be able to compete with the lighter kids. No matter if the kids around you were as dark as yourself or lighter than bleach, every coloured kid knows about the pressure from a young age
    This young lady has nothing to fear. She already has the right Mentality, and she'll be damned if anyone stands in her way 🙂

  7. She is definitely the GOAT bar none. What a thrill to watch what she can do and continues to up her game. Nadia was perfection for her time and an amazement to watch, so elegant yet feisty and powerful yet sweet. No one then could have even imagined anyone having the skills Simone does. She revived gymnastics.

  8. While this may not be your favorite sport, how can you not be in awe of her ability and inspired by her dedication. Watch while you can .. there may never be another.

  9. By looking at qualification in World Gymnastics Championship 2019, i think she could make it. Hope she can absorb well all burden she carried on in the team and herself😁

    Team Qualifying
    1. United States — 174.205
    2. China — 169.161
    3. Russia — 168.08
    4. France — 166.713
    5. Canada — 162.922
    6. Netherlands — 162.663
    7. Great Britain — 161.963
    8. Italy — 161.931

    All-Around Qualifying
    1. Simone Biles (USA) — 59.432
    2. Sunisa Lee (USA) — 57.166
    3. Melanie de Jesus dos Santos (FRA) — 56.782
    4. Angelina Melnikova (RUS) — 56.599
    5. Liu Tingting (CHN) — 55.865
    6. Li Shijia (CHN) — 55.732
    7. Nina Derwael (BEL) — 55.441
    8. Ellie Black (CAN) — 55.199
    9. Elisabeth Seitz (GER) — 54.999
    10. Flavia Saraiva (BRA) — 54.932
    11. Liliya Akhaimova (RUS) — 54.932
    12. Giorgia Villa (ITA) — 54.399
    13. Sarah Voss (GER) — 54.132
    14. Alice Kinsella (GBR) — 54.132
    15. Asuka Teramoto (JPN) — 54.131
    16. Aline Friess (FRA) — 53.999
    17. Giulia Steingruber (SUI) — 53.732
    18. Elisa Iorio (ITA) — 53.532
    19. Georgia Godwin (AUS) — 53.331
    20. Hitomi Hatakeda (JPN) — 53.232
    21. Naomi Visser (NED) — 53.231
    22. Brooklyn Moors (CAN) — 52.932
    23. Diana Varinska (UKR) — 52.899
    24. Cintia Rodriguez (ESP) — 52.799

  10. she is amazing im just afraid that she will be stepping outside the line marks on her floor routine , she is just too powerful and the floor is too small for her

  11. Simone is becoming better day in day out. Simone flips herself through the air impossibly, defying the laws of gravity. My experiences to be a great gymnast you have to have determination, correction ability & matureness. Skills can be taught to anyone but the great ones show the above abilities.

  12. She is there nation pride but I have listen have listen that she has normal testosterone levels higher than that of normal lady have

  13. Amazing performance!! She is definitely the best of the best!! 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾❤👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾❤👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾

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