"I love you, too," Dressel said, as his eyes cried more water than he'd just swam through at the Tokyo Aquatic Center.
"Awesome Dawesome" opens up about Biles pulling out of the Olympics and her own efforts to change the culture of gymnastics.
"Contrast this with our selfish, childish national embarrassment, Simone Biles," tweeted Aaron Reitz in response to a post about 1996 Olympian Kerri Strug.
Caeleb Dressel is representing Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics. We take a look at the swimmer's career, personal life and the meaning of his tattoos.
One person tweeted the logo looked like a "dating app for middle-aged women who yell at baristas."
"A day in my life in the Olympic village!" the Nigerian-American basketball player says at the beginning of her video, viewed more than 5 million times.
"No one is born with those abilities. Those abilities come with time," said the tennis star.
The British TV host hit out at Simone Biles this week, but does not appear to appreciate criticism of his own sporting failure.
For 33 years, sprinters have been chasing records set by Flo-Jo, and some are getting closer.
Swiss sprinter Alex Wilson had his doping ban reinstated on Wednesday following an appeal by World Athletics.
Tennis player Daniil Medvedev became incensed when asked whether Russian athletes were "carrying a stigma of cheaters" in Tokyo.
"The people generally get along, appreciate each other, no matter what country you're talking about," U.S. basketball coach Gregg Popovich said.
Simone Biles, the most decorated gymnast in history, has pulled out of two gymnastics finals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The American swimmer drew comparisons with Usain Bolt following her impressive victory in the women's 1500m freestyle.
Carey finished ninth in qualifying but will replace Biles in the all-around final after the four-time Olympic champion withdrew.
"If you're not ready for the big time, we've got thousands of young gymnasts that would love to take your place," the conservative activist said of Biles, the most decorated U.S. gymnast of all time.
The former first lady took to Twitter to back the 24-year-old gymnast with an inspiring message.
Team USA picked up more medals in Day 5 of the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Officials reported 3,117 COVID daily cases, the highest-ever recorded in the Japanese capital—the record has now been broken on consecutive days.
The four-time Olympic champion withdrew from the team's event mid-competition on Tuesday citing mental health concerns.
"We're human beings, nobody is perfect. It's ok to not be ok. It's ok to go through ups and downs and emotional roller coasters," said Phelps, the most-decorated Olympian of all time.
"Even if Biles competed, we would have won anyway," the legendary gymnast and coach said.
"I challenge the IOC to instate softball as a women's sport into the Olympic docket on a regular basis," Abbot 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.
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.
"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.
"Coming here to the Olympics and being the head star isn't an easy feat," Simone Biles told Today after her exit from the women's gymnastics team competition.