The Tokyo Olympic Games might not see the last of Simone Biles on gymnastics' biggest stage.
The five-time Olympic medalist could consider going to Paris 2024 as a specialist, she said at the Team USA Media Summit on Wednesday. Her coaches Cecile and Laurent Landi, who are French, have encouraged her to compete in their hometown Olympics.
"Cecile and Laurent are from Paris so they've kind of guilted me into being a specialist," Biles said. "But the main goal is 2021, the tour, and then we'll have to see."
Biles previously said that she would retire after Tokyo and considered calling it quits early when the Games were postponed. Directly after Tokyo, she will star in the "Gold All Over America" tour, a 35-city series kicking off in September.
Biles began working with the Landis in November 2017. Aimee Boorman, Biles' previous longtime coach and the 2016 U.S. women's head coach, took a new job after Rio.
The four-time gold medalist also gave an update on the progression of one of her new skills, the Yurchenko double pike vault. No woman has previously attempted the move -- which features a roundoff back-handspring into two straight-legged flips -- in competition.
Biles plans to perfect the move in competition before she competes in Tokyo.
"We'll definitely debut it before the Olympics just because we need to get out there and control my adrenaline," she said.
The difficult maneuver comes after Biles has already had four new skills named after her. She landed the latest, the double-double dismount on beam and triple-double on floor, at the 2019 World Championships.
The dismount was the subject of controversy, as the sport's international governing body -- the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG) -- assigned it a lower difficulty grade than both Biles and USA Gymnastics believed it deserved. The FIG said the decision was made in order to discourage other athletes from attempting the risky move.
Biles initially planned to make her 2021 competition debut at the artistic gymnastics All-Around World Cup stop in Tokyo on May 4, but the event was canceled. She could instead open her season on May 22 at the U.S. Classic or in early June at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships.