How to Watch Simone Biles, USA Women's Gymnastics National Finals Tonight

The 2021 USA Gymnastics artistic finals will be Sunday night on prime time TV. Simone Biles, the best gymnast in the world, will be front and center to cap another national championship that's well within reach.

This will be the final tune-up for USA gymnasts before the Olympic Trials take place later this month. That will determine who makes the national squad to represent Team USA next month at the Tokyo Summer Olympics.

Here's the information for Sunday night's women's artistic finals at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas:

USA Gymnastics National Championships (artistic)

  • Sunday, June 6, 2021
  • 7 p.m. ET
  • NBC
Simone Biles
Simone Biles warms up on the Vault prior to the Senior Women's competition of the 2021 U.S. Gymnastics Championships at Dickies Arena on June 04, 2021 in Fort Worth, Texas. Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

The men's championships wrapped up Saturday night in Fort Worth. Brody Malone won the national championship with an all-around score of 170.700, also winning a gold medal in the vault. In second place all-around was Yul Moldauer (167.950), and Sam Mikulak (167.400) was third.

The USA Gymnastics National Championships for rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline & tumbling, and acrobatic gymnastics will be June 21-27 in St. Louis, Missouri.

The USA Gymnastics Olympic team Trials will be June 24-27 in St. Louis.

Biles, 24, leads in a landslide after Friday night's events, which included a high-flying floor routine that left the crowd in awe.

Biles had the most points in three of the first four events on Friday and leads the all-around with 59.55 points, which is better than Suni Lee's 57.35 and Jordan Chiles' 56.90.

"Tonight I feel like it was really good," Biles said Friday night. "It was definitely better than Classic. ... Floor could have been a little bit better. I need to control my adrenaline a little bit better going into my passes but I'm not mad at today's meet at all."

Her routines are so intricate that they're called "Biles" passes, of which she made two on Friday. The first was a triple twist double back, in which she stuck the landing.

Biles shimmied on the mat, and then went into her next skill: the double layout with a half turn. She had another great land.

Here's a look at her first pass in super slow motion.

Simone Biles, in extreme slow motion.

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Biles wore a leotard Friday that had an outline of a goat on her right shoulder, which indicates Greatest of All Time in a nod to herself.

Here's her full floor routine performance on Friday.

Biles took the top spot in the balance beam (14.35), floor exercise (14.65) and vault (15.8). She finished second in the uneven bars (14.75) behind Lee (15.3).

Biles won four gold medals and one bronze at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics. The 4-foot, 8-inch athlete from Houston has shined at the national championships, winning 14 gold medals, three silver medals and three bronze medals in a span from 2013 to 2018.