Biles said that if she had a daughter, she would not put her in the USA Gymnastics program until lots of things get resolved.
"Even if Biles competed, we would have won anyway," the legendary gymnast and coach said.
State rules call for a five-day period for players to get used to heat and physical exertion while practicing in shorts and helmets.
"I challenge the IOC to instate softball as a women's sport into the Olympic docket on a regular basis," Abbot said.
"Alex embodies what our franchise is all about, and we're thrilled that he will continue his career in the Caps uniform for the next five years," said general manager Brian MacLellan.
"I'd rather have a summer break and not have all the breaks at the beginning of the year," Harvick said.
"We're going to take it day by day, and we're just going to see," Biles said of her potential return to competition this week.
Though Fleury did not have Chicago on his no-trade list, he stated he does not want to play for anyone other than the Vegas Golden Knights.
"We want him back," CEO Mark Murphy told 3,900 shareholders who gathered at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
The exact circumstances surrounding Biles' withdrawal remain unclear. However, earlier this week the gymnast spoke of the mounting pressure she felt to perform.
"If it wasn't for her, we wouldn't be here where we are right now," said Jordan Chiles in support of Simone Biles.
Texas and Oklahoma sent a joint letter to the SEC requesting "invitations for membership to the Southeastern Conference starting on July 1, 2025."
"Kids need strong role models not this nonsense," Morgan tweeted after Simone Biles withdrew from the Olympic gymnastics team final.
The two-time Olympian lost her crown in the 400m but Katie Ledecky can still win three gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics.
"It is a challenge to figure out how to stay aggressive while also playing for the team," U.S. assistant coach Lloyd Pierce said Tuesday.
"We're gonna take it day by day, and we're just gonna see," Biles said about competing in the individual women's gymnastics event.
"Nothing is set in tablets of stone," said Sebastian Coe. "You adapt and occasionally reassess."
The girl was caught on camera dreaming about the future as she copied the Olympian synchronized divers on television.
The 24-year-old Biles dropped out after faltering on her opening vault. USA Gymnastics said she was pulling out "due to a medical issue."
"The massive increase in the number of out athletes reflects the growing acceptance of LGBTQ people in sports and society," the website Outsports.com said.
Researchers discovered an "abnormal" reduction of white matter in the brains of elite rugby players.
Jordan Chiles stepped in to replace Simone Biles, who was pulled from the team gymnastic finals following a vault event.