I read some posts on that. I thought - seems to make sense with what happened to her vaults and if so, I would only blame the US Team for f'n up the messaging of it, BUT I checked with a close friend who's daughter is on an Olympian gymnast track for '24 or '28 and he said the 'twisties' is bullshit. So, who knows.Just throwing this out there, because I don't really follow gymnastics. I read an analysis by other retired gymnasts that said it was obvious that she had "lost herself in the air". This is apparently a condition that is extremely dangerous and one cannot really "play through". It was compared to vertigo for fighter pilots. Might be overcome with practice, but to continue would be extraordinary reckless and risk serious injury or death. The article referenced a young gymnast in a Tokyo qualifier match who was paralyzed and died a quadriplegic. Don't know if any of that is true, just another opinion to consider. She did stay with her teammates the rest of the competition, cheering them on and encouraging.