Simone Biles leads the U.S. into the world gymnastics championships in Antwerp, Belgium, with finals live on Peacock from Oct. 3-8.
How to watch 2023 World Gymnastics Championships
The 2023 World Gymnastics Championships will be held in Antwerp, Belgium, from Oct. 3-8. The finals will be broadcast live on Peacock. Here are some key points to know:
U.S. Women’s Team Aims for Seventh Consecutive Title
The U.S. women’s team, the most decorated in world championships history, is looking to secure their seventh consecutive title in the team final. This would surpass the previous record held by the Chinese men’s team. Led by Simone Biles, the team is determined to continue their dominance in the sport.
Simone Biles Seeks More World Championship Records
Simone Biles, already holding the records for 25 world championships medals and 19 golds, is poised to make history once again. She is set to become the first U.S. gymnast to compete at six world championships and the oldest U.S. woman to compete at worlds in over 50 years. Biles is the clear favorite for the all-around final, where she will face tough competition from last year’s medalists.
Asher Hong Leads U.S. Men’s Team
Asher Hong, the national all-around champion, will be leading the U.S. men’s team at the world championships. The team aims to secure their first medal at worlds since 2014. With China’s top gymnasts absent due to their participation in the Asian Games, the competition is expected to be intense, with reigning Olympic and world all-around champion Daiki Hashimoto leading the Japanese team.
In the final reckoning, the 2023 World Gymnastics Championships promise thrilling performances and fierce competition. Don’t miss the live coverage on Peacock to witness the world’s best gymnasts in action.