Simone Biles: Olympic gymnast, 24, flaunts her cut muscles in floral bikini

Simone Biles was recently named by the People magazine as one of the 2021 People of the Year


                            Simone Biles: Olympic gymnast, 24, flaunts her cut muscles in floral bikini
24-year-old Olympic gymnast, Simone Biles delighted her fans by posing on a floral bikini (Photo by simonebiles/Instagram)

Simone Biles, the 24-year-old Olympic gymnast shared multiple pictures and videos of herself on Instagram sporting sexy swimsuits. Posing on a beautiful tropical beach, Biles flaunted her cut muscles and toned body to her six-million-plus fans and captioned the photo as "Never met a beach I didn't like." The pictures left fans delighted at the star's well-deserved happiness. 

"Okaaaay I see you," one admirer said, while others added, "Living your best life!! As it should be!!" Another fan said, "Yasssssss Be Happy and Live Your Best Life," while one chimed in, "Beautiful Gorgeous Stunning." 

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The athlete was recently named by the People magazine as one of the 2021 People of the Year, along with Dolly Parton, Sandra Oh, and American teachers. In an interview with the magazine for the December 2021 edition, Biles mentioned that she opted to withdraw from multiple contests at Tokyo Olympics in order to focus on her mental health after suffering from the "twisties."

"That's probably one of the first times in my career where I felt courageous and I felt like I had got to speak up for myself. [I] definitely can walk away from Tokyo, feeling courage, feeling at ease. And I did everything I could," she said.



 

 



 

 

Biles said that making the decision made her unhappy, but that it was worth it if it helped others. “You know how many people I benefited by speaking up and teaching them that they need to stand out for themselves?' I said on the other hand. And just kind of walking that path together, with mental health at the centre," she said. "So I knew it was correct... It really opened my eyes to a new part of myself and how others view me, not only as an athlete but as a person, and that was eye-opening for me."



 

 

At the 2021 Olympics, she earned a silver medal with her team and a bronze on the balance beam. In July 2021, Olympic Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was charged with sexual molestation, and she emotionally described being molested by the doctors. In a September interview with New York Magazine, the gymnast discussed how she believed she should have withdrawn from the Olympics long before she did in Tokyo. "I should have stopped when Larry Nassar was in the media for two years before the Tokyo [Olympics]," she claimed. "But I couldn't let him take what I'd worked for since I was six years old." I wasn't going to let him take away my happiness. So I pushed through it as long as my mind and body would allow."

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