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Simone Biles is back in Texas after competing in the Tokyo Olympics, and her relationship with Jonathan Owens is stronger than ever.
After she received a warm welcome in Houston on Thursday, Biles — who won silver and bronze at the Summer Games — headed to the Texans practice facility to watch Owens, a safety for the team, at practice.
Biles, who sported long braids, shared a number of photos and videos with Owens to her Instagram account Friday. He sported his No. 36 practice jersey, while Biles wore a necklace with his initial, the letter “J,” around her neck.
“Morning w/ bae,” Biles wrote over a clip of Houston’s practice. “Open practices aka bring your girlfriend to work day,” she captioned a separate Instagram post.
The official Twitter account for the Texans also shared a photo of Biles with the Texans Pup.
Biles returned home after a challenging Summer Games, in which she dropped out of competing in four out of five individual event finals to prioritize her mental health. She also withdrew from the team all-around final after her first event on vault.
Owens said he was “sick to my stomach” over watching Biles struggle at the games.
“I was sick for her, just because I can see her face, I kind of know her facial expressions, I can kind of read her lips and kind of know what was going on and kind of what she was telling her coach,” Owens said, specifically of watching Biles at the team final.
“I kind of already knew what was going on beforehand, so I was just really hoping she was going to get over it and be able to go out there and perform. So I was sick to my stomach because she wasn’t able to go out there,” he said.
Biles and Owens have been dating since March 2020, after meeting before the COVID-19 pandemic.
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