Simone Biles goes into the Tokyo Summer Olympics already within the number-one spot.
The Olympic gymnast is the top-tweeted U.S. Olympian on Twitter, in keeping with a report from the social media platform, forward of the Tokyo Summer Olympics happening later this month. Biles has over 1.2 million Twitter followers.
She is amongst three feminine athletes who made Twitter’s prime ten rating. She precedes nine-time Olympic medalist, observe and area star Allyson Felix, who’s within the second spot, and six-time Olympic medalist, swimmer Katie Ledecky, who ranked on the ninth spot.
Biles is without doubt one of the most embellished gymnasts within the sport’s historical past, successful 4 gold medals and one bronze at her first Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. She’s additionally the primary gymnast to win three consecutive world all-around titles. Biles is heading into the Tokyo Olympics because the favored gymnast to win the all-around competitors. The gymnast is joined by newcomers Sunisa Lee, Jordan Chiles, Grace McCallum, MyKayla Skinner and Jade Carey on the U.S. gymnastics workforce.
The Olympic gymnast has racked up a number of trend endorsements since her first Olympic video games. Biles first teamed with Nike in 2015 to symbolize the model on the 2016 Summer Olympics. She then ended her sponsorship take care of the athletic large and signed with Athleta this April in a long-term partnership that makes the model Biles’ unique attire accomplice. Biles is at the moment collaborating with Athleta on her personal activewear line and can launch a number of capsule collections with Athleta Girl beginning subsequent yr.
The the rest of Twitter’s top-mentioned U.S. Olympic athletes checklist is comprised of members of the lads’s basketball workforce, together with Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, Jayson Tatum, Damian Lillard, Bradley Beal, Kevin Love and Draymond Green.
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