Houston-area native Simone Biles completed her long pursuit of the Yurchenko double pike at the world championships on Sunday.
After topping the field in her return to competition, the gymnastics GOAT appears to have her sights set on next summer’s Olympics.
After a two-year layoff, the gymnastics GOAT returns to elite competition at Saturday's U.S. Classic. Watch out, 2024 Olympics.
The seven-time Olympic medalist will return to competition this summer, according to USA Gymnastics.
Stepping away from competition at the Tokyo Olympics was as tough as any dismount in the Texas gymnast's career—and she stuck the landing.
The gymnastics GOAT withdrew from competition at the Olympics, but she’s already accomplished enough to deserve a lifetime of gratitude.
The Olympic champion has attracted some of the country’s top gymnasts to her family-owned facility near Houston.
The Houston Texans’ Jonathan Owens on falling for the Olympic gymnast during the pandemic and watching her compete in person for the first time.
She’s been practicing a Yurchenko double pike—a technique no woman has ever landed in competition.
This year saw no shortage of impactful sports news, from Dirk Nowitzki’s retirement to Art Briles's return.
The Texas gymnastics star is poised to set yet another record at this weekend’s finals.
Over the weekend, she became the first person ever to perform two gymnastics moves.
The world-champion gymnast from Spring is taking misogyny to the mat.
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How her leotard speaks volumes about something that USA Gymnastics won’t talk about.
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She’s tiny, intense, explosive—and the most breathtaking Olympian you’ll be watching this summer. Meet Spring gymnast Simone Biles.