U.S. Gymnastics Championships results, highlights: Simone Biles sweeps events on women's Day 1 | Sporting News (2024)

Simone Biles left it all on the floor on Day 1 of the 2024 U.S. Gymnastics Championships.

The 27-year-old scored a 60.450 in the all-around, becoming the first woman to break the 60-point threshold in this Olympic cycle — and she swept all four events.

That's as good a start as Biles could have hoped for as she goes for her third Olympic appearance. She'll enter Sunday's Day 2 with a 3.4-point lead.

Skye Blakely made her case for the Olympic team, finishing second in the all-around, vault and beam. The 19-year-old looked calm and steady, making it nearly impossible to not consider her as a contender for the Paris Games.

Speaking of Olympians, Suni Lee put up the fourth-best all-around score in her return to elite gymnastics. The reigning gold medalist sat out an entire year from the sport due to kidney issues.

While some stars excelled, others were sidelined with untimely injuries. Shilese Jones pulled out of the competition before it began due to a lingering shoulder injury, while Kaliya Lincoln scratched after two events due to an ankle injury. Both will petition for spots at the U.S. Olympic trials and will likely be approved.

But Trinity Thomas' Paris Olympic dreams appear to be over. The former Florida star injured her ankle during her floor routine, forcing her to scratch the remainder of the meet. She will not be eligible to petition for a place at the Olympic trials.

For everyone else, there's still another full day of competition to show their skills to the national team committee. Sunday's Day 2 is the final chance for gymnasts to show they're worthy of the Olympic trials.

The pressure builds.

The Sporting News tracked live results from the U.S. Championships Day 1 of the senior women's competition. You can find results and highlights below.

STREAM: Watch U.S. Gymnastics Championships live with Fubo (free trial)

U.S. Gymnastics Championships scoreboards


1Simone BilesWCC60.450
2Skye BlakelyWOGA57.050
3Kayla DiCelloHill's Gymnastics56.850
4Suni LeeMidwest Gymnastics Center55.750

By event

VaultSimone BilesWCC15.800
BarsSimone BilesWCC14.650
BeamSimone BilesWCC14.800
FloorSimone BilesWCC15.200

MORE:How Simone Biles, other top gymnasts can qualify for 2024 Olympics

U.S. Gymnastics Championships live results, highlights from senior women's day 1

All times Eastern.

9:58 p.m. – Surprise, surprise, Biles leads the all-around competition after the first day. She sweeps the individual events as well. Blakely places second in the all-around with DiCello, Lee and Wong rounding out the top five. Chiles finishes seventh and Carey in eighth.

9:47 p.m. – Biles living up to herreputationon the floor. She closes out the night with a 15.200, surpassing the 60-point mark with an all-around score of 60.450.


She leads the women's all-around competition after night one with a score of 60.450.#XfinityChamps pic.twitter.com/oTjvQX6PHh

— NBC Olympics & Paralympics (@NBCOlympics) June 1, 2024

9:36 p.m. – With that, Lee completes her first all-around routine in over a year. She caps off her night with a solid 14.300 on bars, bringing her total score to 55.750.

Suni Lee closes out her night on the uneven bars! 🙌#XfinityChamps | 📺 @peaco*ck pic.twitter.com/eJPqk2Wpyq

— NBC Olympics & Paralympics (@NBCOlympics) June 1, 2024

9:34 p.m. – Skye Blakely, 15.000 for her Cheng on vault! The 19-year old finishes a stellar competition with a 57.050. If she wasn't already, she looks like a top choice for the Olympic team.

score: 15.000 (5.6) pic.twitter.com/Wl9JIDEdZx

— brazilgymm (@brazilgymm) June 1, 2024

9:27 p.m. – One rotation remains. Biles still leads, DiCello reclaims the second spot while Chiles and Blakely follow. Leanne Wong sits in fifth.

9:15 p.m. – No words. Biles on beam is as good as it gets. It's a 14.800.

Simone Biles DAZZLES with a 14.800 on balance beam! 👏#XfinityChamps | 📺 @peaco*ck pic.twitter.com/1ivFAzTZjR

— NBC Olympics & Paralympics (@NBCOlympics) June 1, 2024

8:51 p.m. – Halfway through, Biles still leads, followed by Blakely, Chiles, DiCello and Carey.

8:49 p.m. –Kaliya Lincoln will scratch floor and and vault after putting up a 12.700 on bars and 12.300 on beam. An ankle injury sustained during podium training is lingering, so rather than risk competing today, the gymnast will petition for trials.

Thomas will also scratch the remainder of the championships.

8:43 p.m. – Chiles sings like Beyoncé (who inspired tonight's leo) on bars. She puts up a 14.2000, tied for the second best thus far.

Jordan Chiles - Bars Day 1 pic.twitter.com/CUBX7ykDlr

— Shawn’s Amanar (q) (@gymnicetix) June 1, 2024

8:23 p.m. – Kayla DiCello's 14.500 on bars puts her in second after the first rotation. What a strong start for the 2023 Pan Am champ. Skye Blakely sits in third followed by TianaSumanasekera and Lee.

Kayla DiCello starting her night at #XfinityChamps off with a 14.500 on Bars!@kayladicello | @NBCOlympics | @TeamUSA pic.twitter.com/E1O5WyjKSD

— USA Gymnastics (@USAGym) June 1, 2024

8:17 p.m. – Trinity Thomas, the Florida star, crashes the full-twisting double layout to open her floor routine and was short on her ensuing double layout. She was unable to finish her routine, limping slightly, but was able to walk off the floor on her own.

She's scratched vault with a stunned ankle.

8:10 p.m. – Lee barely hangs onto the beam after her secondlayout stepout, but she hangs on. She scores a 14.200 to start her first all-around competition in over a year.

8:03 p.m. – Simone Biles kicks things off with the Biles II, also known as a Yurchenko double pike. A step back, but a great start for the GOAT. She scores a massive 15.800.

that smile is genuine because that is the best yurchenko double pike simone biles has done in competition pic.twitter.com/vUG5Hw1qfn

— TEAM CHN COMEBACK (@wonghurdyeo) June 1, 2024

7:16 p.m. – Grab your popcorn. The show is about to begin...

8-time U.S. all-around champion Simone Biles is warming up. ♨️ #XfinityChamps pic.twitter.com/4JmFOjeKNT

— NBC Olympics & Paralympics (@NBCOlympics) May 31, 2024

6:30 p.m. – We have leo reveals from Suni Lee and Jade Carey.

First looks at Suni Lee and Jade Carey’s leos for night 1 of #XfinityChamps ⬇️

(📸: @sunisalee_, @jadeacarey) pic.twitter.com/WAkQILNbu2

— Gymnastics Now (@Gymnastics_Now) May 31, 2024

6:15 p.m.– Earlier today, Shilese Jones, the 2023 Worlds bronze medalist, announced she was pulling out of the championships to rest and take care of her lingering shoulder injury. She will petition for the trials, which take place in one month.

What channel is U.S. Gymnastics Championships on?

  • TV channel: CNBC, NBC
  • Live stream: Peaco*ck, Fubo

NBC and its family of networks will carry coverage of the 2024 U.S. Gymnastics Championships as it gears up for a summer of Olympic coverage. The first two days of the competition will air exclusively on Peaco*ck, NBC's streaming service, while the men's final will air on CNBC Saturday.

The weekend's marquee event — the women's final — will air on NBC. Cord-cutters can also catch the men's and women's finals on Fubo,which comes with a free trial, while Peaco*ck will carry coverage of all four days of competition.

U.S. Gymnastics Championships TV schedule

Thursday, May 30

EventTime (ET)TV/live stream
Men Day 18 p.m.Peaco*ck

Friday, May 31

EventTime (ET)TV/live stream
Women Day 18 p.m.Peaco*ck

Saturday, June 1

EventTime (ET)TV/live stream
Men Day 1 (replay)NoonCNBC, Peaco*ck,Fubo
Women Day 1 (replay)2:30 p.m.CNBC, Peaco*ck,Fubo
Men Day 28 p.m.CNBC, Peaco*ck, Fubo

Sunday, June 2

EventTime (ET)TV/live stream
Men Day 2 (replay)3 p.m.NBC, Peaco*ck,Fubo
Women Day 27 p.m.NBC, Peaco*ck, Fubo
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