. The Tokyo Olympics’ Indelible Moments of Loss and Solidarity « JO LEE MAGAZINE

The New Yorker – It seems fitting that the first defining moment of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics—held not in 2020 but in 2021, in a bubble meant to separate it from Tokyo—was also its most disconcerting: Simone Biles, high in the air, looking lost. Having performed one and a half of the planned two and a half twists of her vault, she suddenly flung her arms open to stop her spinning.

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