Simone Biles

Simone Biles, the most decorated gymnast in history, has been tapped to be Time Magazine's Athlete of the Year for 2021. The honor was announced on Thursday, with an accompanying profile detailing her journey of declining to compete in gymnastics events at the Tokyo Olympics, elevating the conversation about prioritizing mental health and wellness.

After taking a well-deserved mental health break, Biles returned to compete in the balance beams finals and won a bronze medal in the process while also silencing her critics with class.

In a series of Instagram Story posts, the SNL cast member and comedian took aim at Simone Biles and even proudly stated he was going to take his tasteless jokes to the stage.

The peanut gallery will undoubtedly have much more to say after Biles stepped down from participating in the individual all-around gymnastics finals at the Tokyo Olympics but most are siding with the Texas native's decision to prioritize her mental health.

Biles has opted to pull out of the team finals due to an undisclosed medical reason, but many on Twitter are rallying around her and reminding others that she is still the GOAT.

Biles becomes the first Olympian to receive a GOAT emoji on Twitter and it's definitely fashioned in a way that illustrates her greatness in the sport.

It’s way past time to add Simone Biles to the Sports Mount Rushmore, which already includes Tom Brady, Michael Phelps, Serena Williams, and Michael Jordan or Lebron James (choose one).

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Oprah Winfrey is lending her voice and inspiration to help the graduating class of 2020 have at least one memorable moment.

Simone Biles recently enjoyed her birthday, but not before she had to gather the USA Gymnastic organization real quick.

The brother of celebrated gymnast Simone Biles has been arrested for the murder of three people, facing a number of charges. Tevin Biles-Thomas, an active member of the U.S. Army, was arrested in Georgia and faces extradition to Ohio.