The 24-year-old has not competed since retiring from the women’s team final on Wednesday after a rotation citing mental health issues.
But she will return to action for the beam final alongside her teammate of the United States and all-around gold medalist Sunisa Lee.
The competition will begin Tuesday morning at 9:50 a.m. GMT, or 4:50 a.m. ET, and in the US it can be streamed live on the NBC Olympics website, Peacock or the NBC Sports app.
NBC will also rebroadcast the event on its prime-time coverage, which begins at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
She was named third of eight starters in the final, for which she qualified in seventh place last Sunday.
A statement released Monday by USA Gymnastics confirmed the news.
“We are delighted to confirm that you will see two American athletes in the beam final tomorrow – Suni Lee AND Simone Biles !! I can’t wait to see you both!
The reigning four-time Olympic champion retired from the women’s team final after just one rotation before retiring from the individual finals on vault, uneven bars and floor.
But she will return on Tuesday to the beam, a device where she won a bronze medal in Rio five years ago.
Biles, who was a vocal presence in Ariake Arena when she encouraged her teammate Lee to win all around gold on Friday, said in a social media post on Friday that she continued to suffer from a phenomenon. known as “twist”.
“(You) literally can’t tell the top from the bottom. It’s the craziest feeling ever, not having an inch of control over your body.
The eight gymnasts who obtained the best scores on balance beam in the qualifications, a maximum of two per country, will participate in the final.
Each gymnast routine will get one score for difficulty and another for execution, and the two will be added together for a final score.