Biles will seek to cement her GOAT status at the Tokyo Games, where several records are hers for the taking, but the 24-year-old's isn't the only name to know.
Look for breakout star Jordan Chiles, the 20-year-old who nearly gave up the sport at one point, and Suni Lee, who was the surprise all-around silver medalist at the 2019 U.S. Championships despite dealing with a leg fracture and a family emergency that left her father paralyzed a day before she left for the competition.
Grace McCallum, an 18-year-old who hails from Minnesota, rounds out the squad that will compete for Team USA in the women's team competition. Qualifying action for women's gymnastics kicks off Saturday night. Watch it live online here.
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In the meantime, check out some of these incredible practice clips to whet your appetite:
Simone Biles Practices Floor Routine
Four-time Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles showed off her always-stunning floor routine at women’s podium training, the official practice session ahead of competition at the Tokyo Olympics.
Suni Lee Prepares Dazzling Bars Routine
Suni Lee, a favorite to make the Olympic podium on the uneven bars, practiced her routine at women's podium training.
Jordan Chiles Practices Floor Routine
Breakout women’s gymnastics star Jordan Chiles previewed her Olympic floor routine at women’s podium training, the official practice session ahead of competition.
Simone Biles Practices Yurchenko Double Pike
Simone Biles practiced her historic new vault, a Yurchenko double pike, at women's Olympic gymnastics podium training. If she lands the vault in competition, it will be named after her.
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