Simone Biles Gushes About Boyfriend Jonathan Owens: We Share ‘Love & Appreciation’
Simone Biles is so happy about where things stand with her and her boyfriend, Jonathan Owens.
The Olympian and the Houston Texans safety recently marked their one-year anniversary, but haven’t gotten the chance to have a big celebration for it. She told People, “We haven’t even gotten to do anything … but obviously, we know we share that love and appreciation for each other. Although we didn’t get to do anything big or grand, we still have that respect that we passed a year.”
Simone Biles’ Boyfriend
Jonathan Owens, Simone Biles’ Boyfriend, Cut from Houston Texans Roster Ahead of NFL Season
“I love watching him play because he has such a passion,” Simone Biles recently told PEOPLE about supporting boyfriend Jonathan Owens
Jonathan Owens was among players waived by the Houston Texans as the NFL team builds its roster for the upcoming season.
The team announced Tuesday a list of athlete transactions, including who was released or waived during the preseason, with 26-year-old safety Owens falling under the latter list.
Owens was first signed by the Arizona Cardinals as a college free agent in April 2018. Less than a year later, he was waived by the Cardinals in August 2019 and signed to the Texans practice squad a year later. Owens was promoted to the team’s active roster in November 2019 but was waived two days later. He would stay on the Texans practice squad for six weeks until he was called up again last January.
Houston could still opt to, again, keep the athlete on the team’s practice squad this season.
Jonathan Owens recently celebrated his one-year anniversary with girlfriend Simone Biles.
The Olympic gymnast, 24, previously told PEOPLE it’s “so exciting” to support her boyfriend’s career: “I love watching him play because he has such a passion. He works so hard, so for him to be able to showcase that on the field is really exciting.”
On Sunday, Biles shared a pair of photos cozying up to Owens on game day, wearing Texans gear ready to support her boyfriend. She wrote in the caption, “watching #36 on game days is my favorite,” as he commented, “Your [sic] my favorite .”
Although Owens couldn’t travel to Tokyo for the Olympics, the football player cheered on his girlfriend stateside. Following Biles’ bronze medal win in the balance beam final Aug. 3, Owens celebrated the Olympian with a touching tribute.
“Words can’t explain how proud I am of you right now!! ,” he wrote on Instagram at the time.
Owens also stood by Biles‘ side when she withdrew from several Olympic events, including the team final, citing her mental health as well as struggles with the “twisties.”
“Imma ride with you through whatever baby ” he wrote. “Your strength and courage is unmatched and you inspire me more and more everyday SB You always gone be my champ baby and don’t you ever forget that, i love you so much and i can’t wait till you come home and i get to see that beautiful smile again. You know I’m always here for you baby.”
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Simone Biles Career Highlights
- 2020 Olympic team silver medalist and balance beam bronze medalist
- Most decorated U.S. women’s gymnast ever with 32 World/Olympic medals
- Her seven Olympic medals tie for the most by a U.S. gymnast
- 2021 U.S. all-around, vault, balance beam & floor exercise
- champion and uneven bars bronze medalist
- Seven-time U.S. all-around champion (2013-16, 2018-19, 2021)
- Six-time U.S. vault champion (2014-16, 2018-19, 2021)
- Five-time U.S. balance beam champion (2015-16, 2018-19, 2021)
- Five-time U.S. floor exercise champion (2014, 2016, 2018-19, 2021)
- 2019 AP Female Athlete of the Year
- Named Team USA’s Female Olympic Athlete of the Year for 2019
- Winner of the USOPC’s Best of October (2019) Team USA Award
- Winner of the 2019 People’s Choice Awards Game Changer award
- 2019 World team, all-around, vault, balance beam & floor
- exercise champion. Also advanced to the uneven bars final
- Has won 25 World medals (19 gold, three silver, three bronze), which is the most in gymnastics history
- Her 19 World gold medals is the most ever in gymnastics history
- First woman to win five World all-around titles (2013-15, 18-19)
- First woman to win three World balance beam titles (2014-15, 19)
- First woman to win five World floor exercise titles (2013-15, 2018-19)
- United States Sports Academy Athlete of the Month for August 2019
- Winner of the USOPC’s Best of August (2019) Team USA Award
- 2019 U.S. all-around, vault, balance beam & floor exercise
- champion and uneven bars bronze medalist
2018 Laureus Sportswoman of the Year
- 2018 Houston Sports Athlete of the Year
- 2018 United States Sports Academy Female Athlete of the Year
- Named the Most Dominant Athlete of 2018 by ESPN the Magazine
- November 2018 Hickok Belt Award winner
- 2018 World team, all-around, vault and floor exercise champion, uneven bars silver medalist and balance beam bronze medalist
- Winner of the USOC’s Best of August (2018) Team USA Award
- 2018 U.S. all-around, vault, uneven bars, balance beam & floor exercise champion
- Named Sports Illustrated’s fittest female athlete in 2017
- Winner of the 2017 ESPY Awards for Best Female Athlete and
- Best U.S. Female Olympian
- Placed fourth on the 24th season of Dancing with the Stars in spring 2017
- 2016 Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year
- 2016 United States Sports Academy Female Athlete of the Year
- 2016 International Sports Press Association (AIPS) Female Athlete of the Year
- 2016 Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year
- Named ESPN’s Woman of the Year for 2016
- 2016 Olympic team, all-around, vault & floor exercise champion and balance beam bronze medalist
- Her four 2016 Olympic gold medals tie the Olympic record for a female gymnast in a single Games
- Her five 2016 Olympic medals tie for the most by a U.S. gymnast in a single Games
- Winner of the USOC’s Best of June (2016) Team USA Award
- 2016 U.S. all-around, vault, balance beam & floor exercise champion
- 2016 Pacific Rim Championships team & all-around champion
- USOC’s Female Olympic Athlete of the Year for 2014-15
- Winner of the USOC’s Best of November (2015) Team USA Award
- 2015 World team, all-around, balance beam & floor exercise champion and vault bronze medalist
- 2015 U.S. all-around, vault & balance beam champion and floor exercise silver medalist
- 2015 AT&T American Cup champion
- USOC Athlete of the Month for October 2014
- 2014 Women’s Sports Foundation’s individual Sportswoman of the Year
- First woman to win four gold medals at a single World
- Championships (2014) since the Soviet Union’s Ludmilla Tourischeva in 1974.
- 2014 World team, all-around, balance beam & floor exercise champion and vault silver medalist
- 2014 U.S. all-around, floor exercise & vault champion and balance beam silver medalist
- 2013 World all-around & floor exercise champion, vault silver medalist and balance beam bronze medalist
- 2013 U.S. all-around champion and vault, uneven bars, balance
- beam & floor exercise silver medalist
- 2013 AT&T American Cup silver medalist
What is Biles net worth?
Jul 23, 2021 · According to Celebrity Net Worth, Simone Biles’ net worth is an estimated $6 million.
Was Simone Biles the first black gymnast?
In 2013, her first year as a senior competitor, the 4-foot 9-inch (1.45-metre) Biles won the all-around title at her first world gymnastics championships, becoming the first African American woman to claim the title.
Is Simone Biles a good gymnast?
It’s hard to imagine an athletic résumé more impressive than Biles’. She’s won more medals at international competitions than any other gymnast. Four gymnastic skills are named after her. She’s one of the few gymnasts to win every event at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
Who is Simone Biles husband?
Biles said she was dealing with a case of the “twisties,” a potentially dangerous condition in which gymnasts feel a disconnect between their mind and body while twisting through the air. Someone who’s had her back through it all is her boyfriend, Jonathan Owens, who plays safety for the Houston Texans.
Who is Simone boyfriend? Jonathan Owens
Simone Biles used a playful post on Instagram to celebrate one year of dating her boyfriend, Jonathan Owens. The superstar gymnast and the safety for the Houston Texans donned coordinated outfits in a pic that Biles shared on Friday.
Jonathan Owens is an American football safety for the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL).
(born July 22, 1995)
He played college football at Missouri Western.
How much is Jonathan Owens worth?
Jonathan attended Missouri Western State University and played throughout his collegiate career. But the MWSU website tracks his career even further back saying that he played while attending Christian Brothers College High School. His net worth could be as high as $50 million.
How much does Jonathan Owens make?
Jonathan Owens signed a 1 year, $165,600 contract with the Houston Texans, including an average annual salary of $165,600.
How did Simone meet Jonathan Owens?
Biles and Owens met during the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 on the celebrity dating app, Raya. At the time, Owens was unaware of who Biles was. “I didn’t know who she was,” Owens told Texas Monthly in June 2021. “I just hadn’t heard of her, and when I told her that, that’s one of the things she liked.”