Olympics: Simone Biles Wins Bronze On Balance Beam

Simone Biles made her return to the competition floor -- and it didn't disappoint.
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Tuesday morning marked the last time we got to watch our favorite gymnasts compete at the Tokyo Olympic. The final day of gymnastics event finals promised to be special as Simone Biles made her return to the competition floor -- and it didn't disappoint.

The 24-year-old, who withdrew from the women's team final and other individual events to focus on her mental health upon experiencing the "twisties," earned a bronze medal on the balance beam with a strong performance and a score of 14.000.

Biles also earned a bronze medal in beam at the 2016 Rio Games. With the newest addition to her hardware collection, she ties Shannon Miller as the most decorated Olympian in American gymnastics history.

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