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Simone Biles Gymnastics Schedule: Here is Find out how to Comply with Dwell the Occasions of the US Star on the 2021 Olympics

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Simone Biles could headline the United States during the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. The 24-year-old gymnast is considered to be the world’s best and is considered the greatest gymnast of all time.

That’s one of the reasons she recently wore a goat on her jersey.

The Biles Olympics got off to a rocky start, however. She had a tough time qualifying despite having strong results and that carried over to team competition. She struggled on her first jump of the competition and left the competition shortly afterwards. She didn’t return as Suni Lee, Jordan Chiles and Grace McCallum led Team USA to a silver medal.

Then she withdrew from the women’s all-around competition to continue focusing on her mental health.

If Biles returns for the singles final, she could still become the most decorated Olympic gymnast in history with four medals.

It’s a big job, but it’s one the GOAT could handle, especially if it already has a silver in tow.

Many will want to see Biles in action as she tries to set records and continue to perform moves that no other gymnast can. Here’s how you can do that during the 2021 Olympics.

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Olympic schedule by Simone Biles

Biles’ live events will all be broadcast on Peacock and begin between 4 and 6 p.m. ET. She has qualified for the all-around final and each of the individual finals, but will not take part in the all-around. USA Gymnastics announced on Friday that it would not be participating in the jumping or uneven bars, and then announced on Saturday that it would not be participating in the floor exercise.

On Monday, USA Gymnastics confirmed that Biles would return to the ground for the final event finale of the Olympics, the balance beam.

date event Time (ET) channel
Sunday 25th July Women’s qualification 6-11 a.m. peacock
Tuesday July 27th Women’s team final 6-11 a.m. peacock
Thursday July 29th Ladies all-round 6-11 a.m. peacock
Tuesday, August 3 Event Finale – Balance Beam 4-11 a.m. peacock

What competitions will Simone Biles take part in at the Olympic Games?

Simone Biles helped lead the United States to a gold medal in the 2016 Rio Olympics. She hoped to do the same in 2021 but dropped out after just one event. Your teammates would be satisfied with silver.

She was also eliminated in the all-around final, which took place two days after the women’s final. Biles hadn’t lost an all-around title since 2013, so she was heavily favored to win this event. She did not take part in the jumping or uneven bars finals on Sunday.

Biles has also opted out of the floor exercises but will return to the action on Tuesday. She will compete alongside Suni Lee in the balance beam finals for Team USA.

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Here’s how to see Simone Biles at the 2021 Olympics

NBC will broadcast the events of Simone Biles at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. However, they will not be live due to the 13 hour time difference between the United States’ eastern time zone and Tokyo. Most of Biles’ events are streamed on tape delay in prime time for NBC audiences. Below is a complete overview of the tape delay schedule.

TV program (tape delay)

date event Time (ET) channel
Sunday 25th July Women’s qualification 7-9: 30pm ABC
Tuesday July 27th Women’s team final 8 p.m. to midnight ABC
Thursday July 29th Ladies all-round 8-11:30 p.m. ABC
Tuesday, August 3 Event Finale – Balance Beam 8-11:30 p.m. ABC

How to stream Olympic gymnastics via livestream

  • Live broadcast: Peacock, NBCOlympics.com, NBC Sports App, fuboTV

Most of Biles’ events are shown on NBC’s free streaming service, Peacock. This includes qualification, the all-around finals, and each of the event finals that Biles participates in. NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports App also offer live streaming capabilities for Biles events.

FuboTV, which is offering a seven-day free trial, will also cover the events of Biles.

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