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Simone Biles Olympics Schedule, Results and Updates

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Simone Biles is undoubtedly one of the most famous and dominant athletes in the world. But after she withdrew from the women's team final Tuesday, the world was reminded she was just human. 

Biles said she withdrew because she is "dealing with things internally," and added it was best for her team to "take a backseat." She cheered on her teammates before they won silver, losing to the Russian Olympic Committee. When asked what her goal for the Olympics was, gold wasn't on her mind.

"To focus on my well-being," she said. "You know, there's more to life than just gymnastics." 

She received an outpouring of support online, but she's unsure if she will compete again in these Olympic Games

But on Wednesday USA Gymnastics announced she is withdrawing from the individual all-around event — the same event she won gold in 2016. And on Saturday, she withdrew from the vault and uneven bars.

Still, if she were to charge on during these Olympics, here is when to expect Biles to compete and her competitions can be viewed on

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Women's All-Around Finals, Thursday: Biles won the women's all-around in Rio back in 2016, but she has opted to not compete. The event will start at 6:50 a.m. ET. 

Apparatus Finals Day 1, Sunday: The women's vault and uneven bars will be held this day, but Biles withdrew from this competition as well.  The women's vault completion, the same competition where she won gold in 2016, will start at 4:45 a.m. ET. 

Apparatus Finals Day 2, Aug. 2: The women's floor routine is the sole finals for the women's team this day and Biles is the reigning champion here as well. However, Biles will not compete. The women's floor exercise will begin at 4:45 a.m. ET. 

Apparatus Finals Day 3, Aug. 3: The final day of gymnastics will include the women's balance beam where Biles will compete in the final gymnastics event at the Olympics. Biles missed out on the gold here in Rio and won bronze. The women's balance beam is scheduled to start at 4:48 a.m. ET. 

This story will be updated. 

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