Simone Biles is ready to get back on the mat.
Two years after withdrawing from several events at the Tokyo Olympics, the four-time gold medalist is making the leap back into the competitive gymnastics world.
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"It is exciting to think about the level of talent and historical legacy of the field that may compete at U.S. Classic," USA Gymnastics Chief Programs Officer Stefanie Korepin said in the release. "Every athlete is at a different place in their season and career, and we will support each of them, wherever they are in their journey."
This marks the first time gymnastics fans will see Simone compete on such a large scale since her run at the Tokyo Olympics, where she won a bronze medal for beam despite struggling with her mental health and "the twisties," which caused her to become disoriented in the air.
"To do something that I've done forever and just not be able to do it because of everything I've gone through is really crazy because I love this sport so much," she told Kotb at the time. "It's hard. I'm sorry. And I don't think people understand the magnitude of what I go through, but for so many years to go through everything that I've gone through having a front, I'm proud of myself."