U.S. gymnast Simone Biles, who pulled out of สล็อตออนไลน์ the team and women's all-around events in Tokyo, on Friday hinted on social media that she was struggling in practice but shed no light on whether she'll take part in further individual events.
Biles shocked the world on Tuesday when she did one vault at the start of the women's team competition final and then pulled out, later saying she'd lost her way in the air. The U.S. team subsequently won silver.
Citing mental health concerns, Biles also withdrew from the all-around, in which team mate Sunisa Lee won gold. Attention is now on whether or not she'll take part in the individual events in beam, floor, uneven bars and vault she's qualified for.
These begin on Sunday with vault and uneven bars.
In what appeared to be a series of answers to questions from Instagram followers, Biles discussed what happened on Monday and said the incidents of disorientation - which she called "the twisties" - had randomly begun the morning after preliminary qualifications.
"It's honestly petrifying trying to do a skill but not having your mind & body in sync," she wrote, noting that she'd had similar periods before.
Asked if it was worse on a certain apparatus, she said "By the way, it's never transferred to bars & beam before for me, it strictly likes floor and vault. Go figure, the scariest two.
"But this time it's on literally every event. Which sucks...really bad."