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Simone Biles abandons team gymnastics after medical problems related to mental health

Simone Biles

Preoccupation in the United States. Gymnastics star Simone Biles left the team competition after the first apparatus and was unable to continue in the competition. The medical team and the coach decided not to risk the multi-champion. At first it was determined that an injury would have forced the abandonment of the American, however after the report of the gymnastics team it was a mental issue.

Biles executed the pore jump with a 1.5 turn; but after an error in the fall, it registered 13,766. After having performed the activity on the device, Biles presented discomfort in her right ankle and was sent to the locker room.

After minutes of tension, Biles returned to his companions and commented that he could not continue participating. In such a way, they had to replace it for the uneven bars, where it was also programmed. Even the account of the Olympics emphasized the annoyances that it would have presented.

According to reports, Simone had been dragging her ankle problems for a few days. However, he hoped to be ready for the final stretch of gymnastics. The individual women’s magnesian tests are scheduled for Thursday morning during American Union time.

The US gymnastics team report: “Biles will be evaluated to determine if he can compete in future competitions.”

Through social networks, the American team issued a statement in which it confirmed that they will evaluate Biles to see if he can continue competing in the Olympic Games. Although he stressed that it was due to a medical issue, without specifying.

“Simone Biles has withdrawn from the final team competition due to a medical problem. She will be evaluated daily to determine medical clearance for future competitions” ; clarifies the statement.

Biles confirms that he left due to mental problems

After the competition, Biles, accompanied by the team, clarified that she left because her abandonment was due to the fact that she was dealing with pressure and mental health issues to face the test. “We must protect our bodies and minds and not just do what the world expects us to do”

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