Simone Biles made history this summer as the first woman gymnast, to win three all-around national titles after twenty years at the P&G Gymnastics Championships. Simone scored an impressive 124.100, which contributed to her success and was crowned with the national title.
Biles' greatness in gymnastic superceded from her 2008 Olympic performance, when she won her first world title and is now up with two world titles in sport gymnastics. She is also being documented for achieving the most world championship gold medals by a U.S. woman and will pursue to accomplish the most world championship medals by a U.S. woman.
Simone will aspire as well, in making history as the only American to earn three world all-around titles. The journey was not an easy one but it asissted in shaping Biles' towards her gymnastic goals, which led her to break barriers for African-American in sport gymnastics and the Olympics.
Congratualtions and Godspeed!
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