Biles will compete for his second Olympics in an unprecedented year. The 2021 Olympics will mark the first worldwide unifying event since the world hit coronavirus pandemic in 2019. Athletes around the world continue to train even as the Tokyo Games are pushed to 2021 after a global quarantine in 2020.
The former Dancing With The Stars competitors Biles detailed him severe “down and dirty” training schedule first at the Summer Olympics, and explained how he felt forced into contention as well. “I can really say it doesn’t matter where you start, where you go and how you get yourself out of the falls,” Biles said. The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon during April 22 episode. “Just dream big, and dream even more afterwards because you don’t know where your dream will take you.”
We can definitely say that Biles ’dreams – and his career in making history – have begun!
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