Jordan Chiles


Within the realm of gymnastics, most of us are notably aware of Jordan Chiles’ fervent passion to hype her friends, especially Simone Biles.

Keen on uplifting their spirits during performances, the 22-year-old has lived up to her tag of being the “hype woman.” Especially the moments of shared bonding between the dynamic duo “Biles and Chiles,” exemplify her supportive energy. Who can forget the occasion of the Tokyo Olympics when Simone Biles pulled out of the team final?

It was Jordan Chiles who stood up for Biles and led the team to silver. Jordan Chiles has never faltered to boost up Biles with her contagious energy. Recently, she took to share a throwback into the historic moment with Biles.

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Resharing the story by GK Elite, Jordan Chiles took to her Instagram handle to once again reminisce the moment from the 2023 Xfinity US Gymnastics National Championship. GK Elite captioned it, “Throwback to an incredible moment in history with two of the strongest women @jordanchiles @simonebiles.”

The story originally is a part of the series posted by the IG handle @togethxr, which is an influential brand in women’s sports. It celebrated the tagline, “black is gold,” with iconic moments that glimpse into the black women in the gymnastics realm. The caption reads, “Beaming with pride.”

The kindred spirit between Chiles and Biles, at the 2023 Xfinity US Gymnastics National Championship is entrenched in history. While Simone Biles’ had given remarkable performances, there was a fair share of heartbreak as her best friend, Jordan Chiles, faced a fall from the uneven bars. However, despite that, Chiles continued her routine earning her spot in the Senior U.S. Women’s National Team.

Even during the event, Chiles continued to hype up Simone Biles. “She’s 26 years old and she’s doing big gymnastics,” she took to remark during the event for Biles. Interestingly, Chiles is well aware of her standing and enjoys being a hype woman, “I love being the hype woman. Sometimes you know they think I get on their nerves all the time, but it is what it is,” she adds. However, recent times are not very hyped up for Chiles.

Jordan Chiles backs out from Winter Cup post-Biles exit

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After Simone Biles, Jordan Chiles have withdrawn from the 2024 Winter Cup. She has cited injuries as the reason for her exit. Due to her shoulder issues, Chiles expressed frustration, however planning to return to the gymnastics domain stronger. A few days back, she took to her Instagram to let it know.

Chiles took to remark, “Hey guys! I tweaked my shoulder, which has prevented me from training at the level I am comfortable with leading up to a competition.” Simone Biles’ unparalleled talent is also missing from the Winter Cup. The gymnastics community remains hopeful that will get to see these two iconic legends perform again soon.


Shocking Reports Claim Gabby Douglas Never Announced Retirement From Gymnastics in 2016.

Gabby Douglas shot to fame in gymnastics during the 2012 London Olympics, winning gold in both the team and individual all-around championships. Her moniker, “Flying Squirrel,” reflected her agility and elevated her to the pinnacle of American gymnastics. However, at the 2016 Rio Olympics, the story took an unexpected turn.

Douglas received a lot of flak and backlash despite winning a team gold medal, which made the world think that she had quietly quit the sport. After her comeback just came to light, the issue of whether Douglas ever retired or she just quietly weathered the storm is currently the talk of the town.

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Douglas is preparing for a return, having not competed since the 2016 Olympics, which was eight years ago. She discussed the difficulties she encountered between 2013 and 2016 in an interview with Inside Gymnastics, highlighting the necessity of taking a step back and rediscovering oneself. Douglas disputed the notion of an early retirement by expressing her unshakable enthusiasm for gymnastics. The gymnast talked about her experience giving up the sport to deal with the challenges of life, saying that her break was never a planned one.

The Guardian reported that Douglas said, ‘I’ve been avoiding the internet because there’s so much negativity,‘ following the 2016 Games. How did this come about? she received a ton of criticism while sporting the Team USA leotard. She was criticized by some for not putting her hand on her heart during the national anthem, and by others for not applauding her colleagues loudly enough at the all-around final. She was greatly impacted by all of this, and her mother Natalie Hawkins told Reuters that Douglas was left “heartbroken.”

Douglas understands how hard it is to go back to Olympic-level fitness, which is why she chose WOGA in Plano, Texas, for her return in 2022. Before her formal declaration in July 2023 for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, she had a year of covert preparation. The question remains: how did Douglas find the strength to come back after such a trying chapter as she gets ready for the Winter Cup?

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Douglas’s choice to come back to the professional scene gives women’s gymnastics a fresh dimension, coinciding with Chellsie Memmel’s outstanding comeback. During the pandemic, Chellsie Memmel, the 2008 Olympian and silver medalist from Beijing, started competing in elite gymnastics at her family’s Wisconsin facility. She took a break from gymnastics in 2012 and returned to it in 2021 to become a mother of two. During that time, she even conquered the difficult Yurchenko Double Full. Memmel’s sporting career came to a stop temporarily in May 2022 when she took on the position of technical lead for the U.S. National Women’s Artistic Gymnastics team.

Gymnastics champion Gabby Douglas announces return, eyes Paris - ESPN

Douglas is now swinging around on the uneven bars in WOGA and even performed flawless Chow 1 ⁄ 2 transitions and double layout dismounts. While the 28-year-old shared her practice online with her followers last year, for the past few years the mats have been deprived of her competence, and adding to the excitement is the third Olympic all-around gold medalist’s presence in the Paris Olympics squad.


“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Well, the phrase stands out tall when it comes to throwing parties, as no other town does it quite like Vegas.

The biggest game-making debut of football is out in Sin City, and the year is gleaming highly with the festivity of the upcoming events. GQ Sports was right in the heart of the action, which was co-hosted by GQ’s global editorial director, Will Welch.

Followed by NFL-style icon Stefon Diggs, alongside Mario Carbone, the chef, presenting FARFESTCH. But among these biggest names comes the 22-year-old Pan-American sensation, Jordan Chiles. Amidst the glamour and glitz, the gymnast made her presence felt, showing her love for the NFL world once again. But the buzz is not only about her support but also her cool attire.

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Recently, the gymnastics star shared a story on Instagram where she could be seen attending the Friday night event at the Nomad Library Restaurant in the Park MGM. The crowd undoubtedly was best dressed; among them, Chiles flaunted her leather LBD from Diesel, along with her bag and shoes paired up with Prada glasses and she said, “I am Miss Diesel.”

The cheerleader next door was soaking in the excitement of the game, like a passionate fan but added flair with the outfit of the day. Her luxurious fit check had the fans drop their jaws on the floor. The number of guests includes Odell Beckham Jr., the newly crowned Rockie of the Year, C.J. Stroud, DeAndre Hopkins, and Zack Bia in the event. While catching eyes for her fashion outing this time, recently Chiles also earned a showcase as the country celebrates black history month.

Chiles has been an icon on and off the field

As Black History Month unfolded, the achievements of each champion took center stage to spotlight their remarkable feats. By delving deeper into their experience, the young black athletes played a pivotal role when it came to initiation for USA Gymnastics. Athletes like Jordan Chiles, Skye Blakely, and Shilese Jones offered their perspectives on the impact and importance of representing sports for the future generation.

7 questions with Olympic gymnast and silver-medalist Jordan Chiles

In the clip, recently shared by USA Gymnastics, Chiles shared that the mainstay of the American National Team has offered insights into her gymnastics career. She added, “I really love that, because it’s like, I can look up to somebody and be like ‘Okay, this is what they’re doing; how can I fix it in a way that it’s me that’s doing it?” Throughout her journey, she consistently crafted an incredible performance, inspiring many along the way.