|dates: July 23 – August 8 Time in Tokyo: GMT +8|
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American gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from Monday’s round finale at the Tokyo Olympics, but has yet to make a decision on whether she will compete in Tuesday’s beam final.
She also pulled out of the asymmetric bar vault and pole finals on Sunday.
Tweet from USA Gymnastics She said: “We’re all behind you, Simon.”
This means that Britain’s Jennifer Gadyrova entered the final after making the first reserve.
Biles had her lowest Olympic jump score in the inaugural session before withdrawing from the team final on July 26.
She left the arena but returned to support her teammates as the defending champion won the silver medal behind the Russian Olympic Committee.
The team silver in Tokyo was Bales’ sixth Olympic medal and took her Olympic and World Championship medal tally to 30.
After that, Biles said, “After my performance, I didn’t want to continue. I should focus on my mental health. I think mental health is more prevalent in sports at the moment.”
“We have to protect our minds and bodies and not just go out and do what the world wants us to do.
“I don’t trust myself that much anymore. It’s probably getting old. There were a few days when everyone tweeted you and you felt the weight of the world.
“We’re not just athletes. We’re human at the end of the day and sometimes you just have to step back.”