As Simon Biles, the most decorated gymnast in history, prepares for the Tokyo Olympics set to kick off in late July, she is ready to prove once again why she is the Greatest Of All Time, and confirmed to the world her status with a limited edition GK Elite leotard.
Last week at the 2021 U.S. Gymnastics Championships, Biles walked onto the mat wearing one of her leotards from Elevate client GK Elite which featured a rhinestone goat placed prominently on her shoulder. And on Sunday, she sported a black leotard with a goat on the hip while winning her seventh all-around title. Both of these leotards come from her Legacy Collection by GK Elite. Biles, who has been a member of the GK Elite team since 2015, recently launched part of her Legacy Collection which are personally designed by the Olympic gold medalist and are the first ever athlete-designed competitive leotards from GK. Biles and GK, who are committed to growing the sport of gymnastics, will feature the added ability for gymnasts to customize designs to match team colors and embellishments as part of the collection.
“I am thrilled to continue my partnership with GK Elite as we work together to inspire the next generation of gymnasts and encourage them to pursue their own goals and dreams, I have really enjoyed collaborating with GK’s design team and am excited to invite the gymnastics community into the process by offering the custom platform as part of my Legacy Collection,” said Biles in GK’s press release. “I encourage fellow gymnasts to tap into their creative minds and add their own design elements as we celebrate gymnasts of all ages and backgrounds as they build their own legacy in the sport.”
As Biles unveils more of her Legacy Collection in July, GK Elite and Biles have made big headlines just in time for the Olympics. Recent articles secured by Elevate in Vanity Fair and POPSUGAR discuss the new leotards Biles has been wearing, as well as GK Elite’s sponsorship of Team USA going into the 2021 Toyko Olympics.
In addition to Simone Biles, GK Elite is also the partner of USA Gymnastics and their leotards will be worn by Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics and the upcoming U.S. Olympic Trials next week.