Simone Biles, Lindsey Vonn and others rally around Mikaela Shiffrin

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Athletes across sport are reaching out to Mikaela Shiffrin after she crashed out of the giant slalom and slalom races at the Beijing Games.

The back-to-back DNFs are extremely a-typical of the American skier, who recorded just two DNFs in the last four years before the Winter Games.

“It makes me second-guess the last 15 years, everything I thought I knew about my own skiing and slalom and racing mentality,” Shiffrin said following her slalom race.

American skiing icon Lindsey Vonn extended her support to Shiffrin on Twitter following the heartbreaking result, telling the 26-year-old not to second guess what she has accomplished.

“This does not take away from her storied career and what she can and will accomplish going forward. Keep your head high,” Vonn wrote.

Gymnast Simone Biles, who boldly stepped back from a handful of events in the Tokyo Olympics after a “twisties” spell, also reached out to Shiffrin via social media.

USWNT soccer star Carli Lloyd added her voice to the growing chorus rallying around Shiffrin, writing on Twitter, “Life..Sports..Pressure..The Olympics… are HARD! When you’re knocked down (which I’ve been many times), getting back up and doing the best YOU can is the only thing that matters. You hold your head high! You are a champion! We are all supporting you.”

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde also published a post supporting girlfriend Shiffrin, writing, “It’s part of the game and it happens. The pressure we put on individuals in the sports are enormous, so let’s give the same amount of support back… It’s all about the balance and we are just normal human beings!!”

Shiffrin addressed her boyfriend in a heartfelt post to her Twitter account Wednesday.

“My hope for every human is that they find another human who finds a way to love, understand, and heal them in the way (Kilde) has done and continues to for me.”