After her glorious comeback to gymnastics, Simone Biles finally celebrates her victory with her husband, NFL star Jonathan Owens. Biles, 26, made history by winning the eighth national all-around title as she became the first-ever gymnast to do so. However, her better half couldn’t be there physically to support her until now.
As Biles returns home to the Green Bay Packers, she expresses her delight in getting back to her husband by sharing a beautiful picture of their diamond wedding bands, showing off their love. She captioned the post with “Back together again,” along with an emoji of crossed fingers. And her husband commented, “Back at home,” with two red heart emojis.
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Simone Biles and Jonathan Owens share the most perfect love story with a modern touch of dating apps. Yes, the couple met on a dating app called Raya in March 2020, and two years later, they got engaged to each other in February 2022. They had two ceremonies, one for exchanging vows at the courthouse in April and a destination wedding with friends and family in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in the summer of May.
The two met during Biles’ hiatus period of two years from international gymnastics competitions. After their beautiful wedding, Biles made her startling comeback to gymnastics, proving once again what a legend she is.
Simone Biles shares her feelings after winning the 8th Olympic title
It wasn’t until spring that Simone Biles started preparing for the Olympics. She had doubts about competing, but within just two meets, she was all set to go.
While talking to NBC about her record-breaking title, Biles said, “I’ve been doing it for so long, I feel like I don’t think about numbers. I think about my performance.” She further added, “I think overall, I hit 8 for 8 (clean events). So eight, I guess it’s a lucky number this year.”
Simone Biles’ reaction to receiving a standing ovation for her floor routine that secured her historic 8th U.S. all-around title, a feat that has never been done before by an American gymnast. #XfinityChamps pic.twitter.com/7pVva2yKJW
— NBC Olympics & Paralympics (@NBCOlympics) August 30, 2023
On her very first day in the competition, Biles was asked what drove her at this point in her career. She shared that there are still personal goals that she aspires to achieve. She told NBC that she likes to keep her goals personal because it works for her. “I’m trying to move a little bit differently this year than I have in the past. I think it’s working so far, so I’m going to keep it a little bit secretive.”
Biles shared that during the competitions, she still gets butterflies, even after winning the record-breaking eighth Olympic title. On the next stop, she is preparing for the world championship in Belgium and the Paris 2024 Olympics.