Simone Biles enthusiastically breaks the record for the US Women’s Gymnastics Team! Do not miss this VIDEO!

American gymnast Simone Biles, whose full name is Simone Ariane Biles, was formerly regarded as one of the sport’s best competitors. She was born in Columbus, Ohio, on March 14, 1997. She won three consecutive global all-around titles and made history by becoming the first female gymnast to win four gold medals in a row at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro (2013-15).

Biles and her sister Adria were adopted by their grandparents, Ronald and Nellie Biles, and raised in Spring, Texas, a suburb of the Houston metropolitan region. Simone developed a passion for gymnastics at the age of six while visiting Bannon Gymnastics with her daycare. She trained there for 11 years with Amy Boorman as her coach.

Prior to moving up to the top level of competition in 2011, Biles earned gold on the floor and bronze on the vault at the 2010 Women’s Junior Olympic National Championships.

He took over the sport in less than 2 years after that. The qualities that distinguished Biles from the competition were her consistency, her tough demeanor, and the high level of difficulty she included in each of the four disciplines she competed in: floor exercise, uneven bars, vault, and balance beam.

The 4-foot-9-inch (1.45-meter) tall Simone Biles became the first African-American woman to win the international gymnastics championships in 2013, her first year as a senior athlete. She also took first place in the floor exercise, second place in the vault, and third place in the balancing beam.

Biles won 4 gold medals at the 2014 World Championships in the female’s team event, individual all-around, balancing beam, and floor exercise. In the pole vault, he also took home a silver medal.

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