Die viermalige Turn-Olympiasiegerin Simone Biles schrieb am Dienstagabend (Ortszeit) bei Twitter, dass sie "immer die Regeln befolgt habe". Nach einem Angriff von russischen Hackern auf die Welt-Anti-Doping-Agentur WADA haben sich US-Topathletinnen gegen die. Auch bei Simone Biles finden sich einige TUEs, dazu kommen Ergebnisse von vier Dopingtests, die zwischen dem Und dem August.
Simone BilesDie US-Turnerin Simone Biles während der Olympischen Spiele in Rio de Schlussfolgerung: Die Welt-Anti-Dopingagentur WADA und die. Auch bei Simone Biles finden sich einige TUEs, dazu kommen Ergebnisse von vier Dopingtests, die zwischen dem Und dem August. Die viermalige Turn-Olympiasiegerin Simone Biles schrieb am Dienstagabend (Ortszeit) bei Twitter, dass sie "immer die Regeln befolgt habe".
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She won the gold in the balance-beam final ahead of China's Bai Yawen and the gold in the floor exercise final, again, ahead of Iordache. This brought her total of World Championship gold medals to six, the most ever by an American gymnast, surpassing Miller's five.
She placed first with a score of Later that month, Biles was nominated for the James E. Sullivan Award. On July 25, she competed at the U.
Classic and finished first in the all-around, ahead of Olympic all-around champion Gabby Douglas and Maggie Nichols , with a score of On the beam, she scored a She scored a She had a small hop on her Amanar vault and scored a She then scored Biles ended on bars and scored a At the U.
National Championships, Biles secured her third all-around national title, becoming only the second woman ever to do so, 23 years after Kim Zmeskal , , Biles once again qualified in first place in the all-around, vault, beam, and floor finals.
Her uneven bars score would have qualified her in 8th place in that final as well, but she was excluded, as per the rules, after teammates Kocian and Douglas qualified ahead of her.
In team finals, she helped the United States team win their third consecutive gold medal at a World Championships event.
However, her final score of On day two, she competed on balance beam and floor exercise, retaining her world title on both events by large margins.
This brought Biles' total World Championships medal count to 14, the most for any American, and total gold medal count to 10, the most for any woman in World Championships history.
Biles went into the season as a fourth-year senior and the reigning National champion. In April, Biles began her season at the Pacific Rim Championships, where she won the all-around title and had the highest score on vault where she debuted a more difficult second vault , floor exercise where she debuted a new floor routine , and balance beam.
Additionally, the U. Biles did not compete in the event finals. On June 4, Biles competed at the Secret U. Classic on two events only, the uneven bars and beam.
She placed first on balance beam with a In the following weeks at the U. National Championships, Biles won the all-around title by a wide margin of 3.
She won the gold medal on vault and floor exercise, receiving scores of at least sixteen all four times. She also won the gold medal on balance beam and placed fourth on uneven bars.
Biles then disclosed on Twitter that she has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and was permitted to take medication for it, having applied for and received a Therapeutic Use Exemption.
Along with helping the US team qualify in first place to the team final with a score of On August 9, Biles won her first Olympic gold medal in the gymnastics team event.
The only gymnast for Team USA to compete on all four events in the final, she contributed an all-around score of She also won the gold medal individual all-around on August 11, with teammate Aly Raisman winning the silver and Russia's Aliya Mustafina claiming the bronze.
Biles had the highest scores on vault, balance beam, and floor; she had the only score over 15 on balance beam in the finals. She and Raisman became the second pair of American gymnasts to win gold and silver in the individual all-around, after Nastia Liukin and Shawn Johnson in In the women's vault final, she scored In the women's balance beam final, she grabbed the beam after underrotating her front tuck a mandatory five-tenths of a point deduction , scoring a Despite her mistake, wobbly routines from France's Marine Boyer , Brazil's Flavia Saraiva , China's Fan Yilin , Romania's Catalina Ponor , and Canadian Isabela Onyshko , combined with her high difficulty score, allowed her to grab bronze behind teammate Laurie Hernandez who won silver with a score of In the women's floor exercise final, she won gold with a score of Teammate Aly Raisman won silver with a score of She contributed to an historic feat for the gymnastics team, with USA claiming a medal on every event for the first time since With four Olympic gold medals, Biles set an American record for most gold medals in women's gymnastics at a single Games, and equaled a number of other records with her medals won in Rio.
The overall record for most women's Olympic gymnastics medals at a single games majority gold , remains six medals Latynina, , and , Keleti, , Caslavska, , Daniela Silivas , Biles and her teammate Gabby Douglas are the only American female gymnasts to win both the individual all-around gold and team gold at the same Olympiad.
Douglas won both in the London games. Biles was chosen by Team USA to be the flag bearer in the closing ceremonies,  becoming the first American female gymnast to receive this honor.
Biles said that she planned to take all of off and to resume training in early Biles said, "I want people to reach for their dreams and there are so many people who have inspired me with their love and encouragement along the way-and I want to pass on that inspiration to readers.
Biles competed on season 24 of Dancing with the Stars , attempting to replicate her Rio teammate Laurie Hernandez 's win in season Paired with professional dancer Sasha Farber , she was favored to win, but was eliminated on May 15, , one week before the finals, finishing in fourth place.
Biles was readded to the National Team on March 1 after the Athlete Selection Committee viewed recent videos of her performances.
Classic in July, where she won the all-around title ahead of Riley McCusker by 1. In August, Biles competed at the National Championships.
She placed first in every event over the two days of competition, the first woman to do so since Dominique Dawes in Biles won the all-around title 6.
Her She placed first in the all-around as well as first on vault and floor exercise. She placed second on the uneven bars behind McCusker, and fourth on balance beam due to hands touching the mat on dismount behind Kara Eaker , McCusker, and Ragan Smith.
Biles debuted a new vault: a Yurchenko with a half turn on with a stretched salto forward with two turns Cheng with an extra half twist. In late October, at the World Championships in Doha, Qatar, Biles went to an emergency room the night before the qualification round because of stomach pains that turned out to be a kidney stone.
After successfully performing the vault she premiered at the selection camp, it was named the Biles in the Code of Points and given a difficulty value of 6.
The US also qualified to the team final in first place. In the all-around final, Biles won the gold medal, despite struggles on several events. These included sitting her Biles vault, falling off the balance beam on her Barani salto, and going out of bounds on her Moors during her floor exercise.
Nevertheless, the overwhelming difficulty gap between her and her competitors allowed her to claim the title with a score of Earning her fourth world all-around title, Biles set a new record for most women's World All-Around titles, surpassing the previous record of three held by Svetlana Khorkina.
In the event finals, Biles won the gold medal on vault, her first ever world vault title. The two vaults she competed were a Cheng and an Amanar.
This marked her thirteenth World gold medal, meaning Biles had won the most Gymnastics World Championships titles of any gender, breaking Soviet Vitaly Scherbo 's previous record of twelve gold medals.
By winning a medal on uneven bars, Biles became the first American and the tenth female gymnast from any country to have won a World Championship medal on every event.
She then won the gold medal on floor exercise with a strong routine. In doing so, she became the first U.
Her 6 medals at this World Championships brought her total number of world medals to 20, which tied her with Khorkina for most world medals won.
During podium training , she performed a triple-twisting double-tucked salto backwards upgraded from a Silivas , but did not perform it during the competition.
In August, Biles competed at the U. National Gymnastics Championships. She placed first in the all-around, with a two-day combined score of In September, Biles competed at the US World Championships trials where she placed first in the all-around, despite falling on her dismount off the uneven bars, and earned a place on the team that would compete at the World Championships in Stuttgart.
During qualifications at the World Championships, Biles helped the USA qualify to the team final in first place, over five points ahead of second-place China.
Individually, she qualified to the all-around, balance beam, and floor exercise finals in first place, the vault final in second place by a margin of one one-thousandth below teammate Jade Carey , and the uneven bars final in seventh place.
All of its athletes are barred from the ongoing Paralympics. This is the latest twist in what was already the biggest doping scandal in the history of sport, and further evidence of the bitter divisions it has sparked.
The hack appears to be an act of revenge - retaliation for Wada's damning report into Russian state-sponsored cheating.
Although the Russian government has denied any involvement, it has always maintained that the country has been made a scapegoat for a much wider problem, and this will only add fuel to that fire.
Although the athletes concerned have broken no rules, the revelations - along with the threat of more leaks of other competitors' medical records - will inevitably exacerbate the controversy surrounding TUEs at a time when sport's leaders are desperately trying to restore trust.
Many athletes will now be nervously wondering if their private medical details records are the next to be made public.
And with the future of Wada currently in the balance, the fact its security was so badly compromised will raise more questions over the entire anti-doping system, especially after the account of Russian whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova was hacked last month, leading to fears for her safety.
While stimulants are a banned substance, medications used for ADHD may be allowed if an athlete gets a medical waiver. And although stimulants in people without ADHD can make them feel hyperactive or laser focused, the drugs help people with ADHD rein in their hyperactivity and diminishes distractibility.
WADA officials no longer ask athletes to cease treatment for a competition because symptoms are best controlled with consistent daily usage. Medical experts point out that the drug is one of many common over-the-counter and prescription drugs that athletes must either avoid or get a waiver to take.
Athletes have to be vigilant about any drug they take because the prohibited list includes not just performance-enhancing substances such as steroids and EPO erythropoietin , which can increase the amount of red blood cells in the body, but also certain diuretics, asthma medication and even some cold and flu medications, according to the World Anti-Doping Association.
Pseudoephedrine, commonly found in the cold and flu medication Sudafed, is banned on the day of competition. The drug is a stimulant and can make athletes more alert for a competition.
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