Jade Carey, a gymnast from the United States, took first place in the floor exercise competition at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Olympic Floor Exercise Champion, Oregon State Gymnast Jade Carey
The Arizona native, then 21, recovered from a scary fall in Sunday’s vault final to win first place on floor with a score of 14.366.
An American gymnast, Jade Carey, took first place in the floor exercise final at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The Arizona gymnast, who is only 21 years old, recovered from a scary fall in Sunday’s vault final to win the gold medal with a score of 14.366 on floor.
The U.S. women’s gymnastics team won their fifth medal in Japan, despite star Simone Biles missing multiple finals to work on her mental health.
Vanessa Ferrari of Italy won Silver after Finishing in Fourth Place at the 2008 and 2016 Olympics.
The many federations within the Ariake Gymnastics Centre went wild at the 30-year-stunning old’s performance.
Russian Olympic Committee’s Angelina Melnikova and Japan’s Mai Murakami both scored 14.166, good enough for third place. The gymnasts received identical scores for both the difficulty and the execution of their routines.
USA Gymnastics said early Monday that despite Biles’ decision to sit out the floor exercise, uneven bars, and vault finals, the Olympic standout would be competing in the balancing beam final on Tuesday.
“We are pleased to announce that both Suni Lee and Simone Biles will compete in tomorrow’s balance beam final. I can’t wait to see you both in action! “in-house Twitter feed said.