In a dramatic Olympics comeback, U.S. gymnast Simone Biles earned a bronze medal on the balance beam Tuesday in the final women’s gymnastics competition at the Tokyo games.

Biles, 24, who competed third in the event, scored a 14.0 on a nearly flawless routine that the decorated gymnast finished with a double pike dismount and a sigh of relief, flashing a large smile to the small crowd in attendance.

It is Biles seventh Olympic medal, tying her with Shannon Miller for the most in U.S. gymnastics history. Biles also earned bronze on beam during the 2016 Rio Olympics.

“It means more than all of the golds because I pushed through so much the last five years and the last week while I’ve even been here,” Biles told Hoda Kotb on NBC’s Today show Tuesday.

China’s Guan Chenchen won the gold medal, while the silver went her Chinese teammate Tang Xijing. American Sunisa Lee finished fifth with a 13.866.

Guan Chenchen
Tang Xijing
Simone Biles
Ellie Black
Sunisa Lee
Urara Ashikawa
Flávia Saraiva
Vladislava Urazova

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The balance beam was the last women’s gymnastics event of the Tokyo Olympics, and could be Biles’ final competition as a U.S. Olympian (though prior to the games she hinted about competing in the 2024 Olympics in Paris). She’s the most decorated gymnast in U.S. history, and enters the balance beam final with a total of 31 Olympic and world championship medals.

Biles opted to skip the more difficult double-twisting double tuck dismount after opening up about suffering from a case of “the twisties” — a phenomenon where gymnasts lose awareness of where they are while midair, making it incredibly difficult to land safely.

Biles chose not to compete in the all-around competition or the vault, uneven bars, or floor finals after pulling herself out of the team final last week to protect her health. She finished the Tokyo Games with two medals: one silver in the team final and her bronze on the balance beam on Tuesday.

“It wasn’t an easy decision so it hurts that people were like ‘oh she quit,’” Biles said. “I worked five years for that, why would I quit? ... I just don’t quit, that’s not what I do.”

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How did the U.S. women’s gymnastics team do at the Tokyo Olympics?

The U.S. women’s gymnastics team has earned six medals during the Tokyo Olympics, including two golds. Here are the event results:

Woman’s team final - July 27

  • Gold: Russian Olympic Committee

  • Silver: United States

  • Bronze: Great Britain

Women’s all-around final - July 29

  • Gold: Sunisa Lee, United States

  • Silver: Rebeca Andrade, Brazil

  • Bronze: Angelina Melnikova, Russian Olympic Committee

Women’s vault final - Aug. 1

  • Gold: Rebeca Andrade, Brazil

  • Silver: MyKayla Skinner, United States

  • Bronze: Seojeong Yeo, South Korea

Women’s uneven bars final - Aug. 1

  • Gold: Nina Derwael, Belarus

  • Silver: Anastasia Iliankova, Russian Olympic Committee

  • Bronze: Sunisa Lee, United States

Women’s floor exercise final - Aug. 2

  • Gold: Jade Carey, United States

  • Silver: Vanessa Ferrari, Italy

  • Bronze: Mai Murakami, Japan and Angelina Melnikova, Russian Olympic Committee

Women’s balance beam final - Aug. 3

  • Gold: Guan Chenchen, China

  • Silver: Tang Xijing, China

  • Bronze: Simone Biles, United States