June 21, 2020
Simone Biles stuns her fans as she takes to social media to share a picture of herself posing with her two dogs in a white top that shows off her washboard abs and pierced navel.
Famous American artistic gymnast, Simone Biles, recently took to Instagram with a stunning update for her fans and followers.
In the update, she showed off her toned physique dressed from top to bottom in Nike gear. The top she wore flaunted her abs and navel piercing.
For the photo, Biles was joined by her two dogs — one was carried in her arms while the other sat patiently beside her.
"I can't..... my Frenchies say NO."
In the comments section, fans gushed about Biles' superfit body. Words like "perfect," "gorgeous," and "goddess" were thrown around a lot as fans tried to rate the stunning post.
The gymnast's dogs were not left out — they were tagged adorable, and some fans could relate to why Biles let them decide what she can and can't do. One fan wrote, "Our house is run by a Cavapoo called Phelps, he's small but mighty too."
Biles had allegedly been planning to retire after this summer's Olympics.
This is not the first time Biles has attracted attention on social media. Over the weekend, she shared gorgeous selfies of herself on her Instagram page.
The two shots featured the 23-year-old gymnast in her kitchen dressed in a ruched white shirt with string detail down the middle. She seemed to have paired the top with tiny shorts that were barely visible alongside her toned legs.
According to The Blast, Biles has been making headlines for finally returning to training after missing two months. She allegedly admitted that she teared up when she learned that the 2020 Tokyo Olympics had been postponed.
The International Olympic Committee announced news of the year-long postponement in response to public health concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
While other talented athletes like sprinter, Allyson Felix, and USWNT striker, Carli Lloyd, immediately confirmed their intentions to compete despite the delay, Biles had been eerily quiet.
Biles had allegedly been planning to retire after this summer's Olympics; however, the postponement of the Games forced her to decide between competing for more gold medals and ending her career when she planned to.
In the end, she chose to keep on training for one more go — the decision was not an easy one, and her delayed announcement is a testament to that fact.
Biles says that she's been in touch with her coaches and training staff while practicing social distancing and remaining in isolation as the global COVID-19 crisis grows more severe.