USA gymnastics teammates show support after Simone Biles withdraws from individual all-around competition

Sarah Spain supports Simone Biles's willingness to talk about her mental health during the Olympics. (1:49). Simone Biles, a United States gymnast, withdrew early Wednesday morning from the Tokyo Olympics individual all-around competition to concentrate on her mental well being. This is less than one day after Biles pulled herself out of the team finals after one rotation. Biles stated to reporters that "you have to be there 100%" after Tuesday's team meet. "If not, you get hurt. Today was extremely stressful. It was really stressful. I've never felt so good going into a competition. I tried to have fun and not feel like I was losing my mind. However, once I got out, I realized that I wasn't the one. "The mental isn't there." Biles' decision to withdraw from the Olympics was supported by Sunisa Lee, Jordan Chiles and Grace McCallum, who were all four-time Olympic gold medalists.

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