Right now, the world is practically saying ?just give Simone Biles her gold medals already? as the 2016 Rio Olympics is all just mere formality for the world champion gymnast. We just can?t wait to see her dominate again in the individual events and watch her defy gravity and make history as the first female gymnast to win the most medals in one Olympics.
At 19 years old, Rio is Biles? first Olympics event but before making her Olympic debut, she already has numerous titles to her name. Biles is the first woman to win three consecutive world all-around titles, the first African-American to be world all-around champion, the most decorated American female gymnast in world championship history with 14 medals, and she has the most gold medals won by a female gymnast in world championship history.
And now in Rio, she can possibly win five gold medals and make history again. Anyone who has watched Biles perform her routines would just be completely mesmerized at how she manages to effortlessly glide through every movement. She is practically flying or levitating in her floor routine as she doesn?t even appear to touch the floor.
She is just such a wonder to watch and surely she will dominate this year?s Olympics and many more world championships to come.
Team U.S.A. just won their second consecutive gold medal for the Women?s Gymnastics team final, scoring a total of 184.897 points. And, they did not just win the gold, they also set a new record for the largest margin of victory since the implementation of the ?Perfect 10? scoring system in 2006. They led by over eight points against silver medallist, Russia, with China finishing in third. They easily broke the 5.066 record set by the Fierce Five in the London Olympics.
Biles is joined by the rest of Team U.S.A.?s ?Final Five,? team captain Aly Raisman, Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian and 2012 Olympic champion, Gabby Douglas.
Catch Biles once again dominate the world of Gymnastics in the Women?s Individual All-Around final happening this Thursday, August 11 at 4 p.m.
Check out the full schedule of the Women?s Gymnastics events below to catch them live:
Women?s Individual All-Around Final, Thursday, August 11 at 4 p.m.
Women?s Vault Final, Sunday, August 14 at 2:47 p.m.
Women?s Uneven Bars Final, Sunday, August 14 at 4:21 p.m.
Women?s Balance Beam Final, Monday, August 15 at 3:46 p.m.
Women?s Floor Exercise Final, Tuesday, August 16 at 4:47 p.m.