Simone Biles Rocks Cute Name Chain and White Bandana and Says She Is Wild but Fragile
Olympic champion Simone Biles looked lovely while rocking a cute name chain, a white bandana, and a cozy grey Jumper in a new outdoor picture recently posted on Instagram.
Simone Biles is looking good! The Olympic champion recently posted a gorgeous selfie on Instagram. The 23-year-old rocked an oversized grey sweater, which she topped up with a patterned white bandana that covered the top of her long black braids.
Simone's neck was adorned with a silver name chain, which was nicely complemented with a pair of small silver hoop earrings.
The background of her stunning selfie featured a nice brick wall and a window. The picture was captioned:
"wild but fragile."
Biles once considered opting out of the competition in 2021.
The gymnast flaunted her body in the picture captured while she was sun-bathing in the pool. The image garnered many likes and comments from fans and admirers.
The athlete seems to be in a happy mood lately, but that wasn't the case when she found out about the Olympic games' postponement, due to the novel coronavirus. Biles opened up about her reaction during an interview with BBC SPORT:
"I cried, I didn't know where to start with the news... I was ready to clock out and be done."
The 23-year-old gymnast was not happy with the Tokyo Games' postponement, and one of the reasons is that she was set to retire after the competition.
As a result of restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Simone will now have to train for an additional 15 months before she can compete.
For Biles, it is taking a significant toll on her both mentally and physically as she was not sure that she would be able to compete at her best before the postponement was announced.
The award-winning Olympian once considered opting out of the competition in 2021 but thinks that she has put in too much work to give up now.
Gymnast Simone Biles says she is quite better than she was at the Rio Games, but her body is already breaking down.
However, the 23-year-old is sure that if she can overcome her mental challenges, she will perform even better than she did in the Rio Olympics.
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