As the 2024 Paris Olympic Games are approaching, the first preparation has been started. The great news is Fort Worth, North Texas will be hosting the event and is all set to represent the United States.
The event will be four days long, starting from May 30 to June 2, 2024. During this, the national Champions in men’s and women’s gymnastics will be rewarded at Dickies Arena. This is the second time in a row that Dickies Arena will host U.S. Gymnastics Championships, before the Olympics. The last time that Fort Worth hosted the event was in 2021.
The 2024 Xfinity US Gymnastics Championships are headed to Fort Worth, Texas!
— USA Gymnastics (@USAGym) September 12, 2023
The executive director of the Fort Worth Sports Commission, Jason Sands said, “We truly value our partnership with the USA Gymnastics and we couldn’t be more excited to host this prestigious championship and welcome the best gymnasts and fans in the country to experience all Fort Worth has to offer.”
In the 2021 U.S. Gymnastics Championships, the legend of gymnastics, Simone Biles won her seventh all-around championship, which was the highest count in the history of Women’s gymnastics. Later in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which were held a year later because of COVID, Simone Biles withdrew from the finals to focus on her mental health as she suffered ‘the twisties’ while performing her act.
Now, the GOAT is heading towards the upcoming 2024 Paris Olympics, where more than 10,000 fans are expected to see her.
Is Simone Biles going to compete in the 2024 Paris Olympics?
After taking a long break of two years, Simone Biles made a startling comeback in the U.S. World championship and won the eighth all-around championship, which is the highest count by any gymnastics in history.
When asked about her plans, the 26-year-old revealed that she looks forward to competing at the Paris 2024 Olympics and she plans to take care of herself a little bit more.
EXCLUSIVE: Simone Biles (@Simone_Biles) joins TODAY’s @hodakotb to talk about returning to competition, setting her sights on the 2024 Olympics in Paris, her long-distance married life with Jonathan Owens and more! @NBCsports #Paris2024 pic.twitter.com/8v2tcGnESK
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) September 7, 2023
Biles said that her competing in the Summer Olympics, “that’s the path I would love.” After making history in the US Classic, Biles now aims to win more gold in the upcoming Olympics.
During an interview with NBC’s Today’s show, Biles said, “Right now, I would say that’s the path I would love to go.” The olympian is determined not to repeat the mistakes she made during the Tokyo Olympics. She shared that she maintains a balance with her gym, therapy sessions, and making time for friends and family.
In fact, the legend was spotted training at her gym, already. And this can only mean one thing, Simone Biles is going to prepare for the upcoming Paris Olympics, in 2024.