TOKYO -- Simone Biles, who had previously pulled out of the all-around competition as well as three event finals at the Olympic Games, will compete in Tuesday's balance beam final.USA Gymnastics confirmed that Biles would participate with a tweet Monday.Biles stated that she's been feeling the "twisties” since last week's team finals. After vault, her first event, she withdrew from competition and hasn't competed since. She was told by the team that she would be evaluated each day and that it would make decisions about her competition status.Biles posted a series on Friday to her Instagram story, saying that she still experiences the phenomenon in which gymnasts feel lost in the air. She also stated that her "mind" and her body were not in sync.She withdrew from Sunday's floor final and the team stated that her status for beam -- which was the last event -- was unclear.Her teammate MyKayla skinner, who took her place in the vault final Sunday, stated that she believed Biles would be competing Tuesday.ResultsSkinner stated, "Yeah. I believe so." Skinner said, "I don’t know for certain. It's up to her. That's it.Biles, 24 years old, won bronze in Rio 2016 on beam and is now the three-time champion of the event. Biles has been at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre since Monday to cheer on her teammates at each competition, including the Monday floor final.