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4/23/ Region 3 Level 9, 10 Championships omarcafini.info (5). (13). (12). Biles, Adria · World Champions Centre. Simone Biles, the two-time World all-around champion who will be competing held in the U.S. each year, and the field features nine women and nine men . “But the second time, now when I go to my sister's gymnastics meets, I always have girls Biles' sister Adria is 16 and competes at Level 9. Simone Arianne Biles (born March 14, ) is an American artistic gymnast. Biles is the Glasgow, Floor Exercise Biles set an American record for most gold medals in women's gymnastics at a single Olympic Games (four). In , the couple officially adopted the two youngest children, Simone and Adria.
Along with the team final, she individually qualified into the all-around, vault, balance beam, and floor exercise finals, all in first place.
On August 9, Biles won her first Olympic gold medal in the gymnastics team event. The only gymnast for Team USA to compete on all four events in the final, she contributed scores of Biles had the highest scores on vault, balance beam, and floor; she had the only score over 15 on balance beam in the finals.
In the women's vault, she won her second individual gold medal with a score of In the women's balance beam final, she grabbed the beam, scoring a Despite her mistake, wobbly routines from France's Marine BoyerBrazil's Flavia SaraivaChina's Fan YilinRomania's Catalina Ponorand Canadian Isabela Onyshkocombined with her high difficulty score, allowed her to grab bronze behind teammate Laurie Hernandez who won silver with a score of In the women's floor exercise final, she won gold with a score of Teammate Aly Raisman won silver with a score of She contributed to an historic feat for the gymnastics team, with USA claiming a medal on every event for the first time since A homecoming parade for Biles in Spring, Texas on August 24, With four Olympic gold medals, Biles set an American record for most gold medals in women's gymnastics at a single Games, and equaled a number of other records with her medals won in Rio.
The overall record for most women's Olympic gymnastics medals at a single games majority goldremains six medals Latynina,andKeleti,Caslavska,Daniela Silivas Biles and her teammate Gabby Douglas are the only American female gymnasts to win both the individual all-around gold and team gold at the same Olympic games.
Douglas won both in the London games.
As the first American female gymnast to be given the honor,  Biles was chosen by Team USA to be the flag bearer in the closing ceremonies. A body in Motion, A Life in Balance. According to the Los Angeles TimesBiles stated, "I want people to reach for their dreams and there are so many people who have inspired me with their love and encouragement along the way-and I want to pass on that inspiration to readers.
She was paired with professional dancer Sasha Farber. How can a 4-foot-9 sprite launch herself skyward with such amplitude and explosion, as if jet-propelled? Their feats may be acrobatically stunning, but the strain of pulling them off is palpable.
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Biles, by contrast, exudes utter delight, competing as if the four-inch-wide balance beam is the sidewalk in front of her house, the vault and uneven bars mere elements of her backyard swing-set and the mat a magic carpet for high-flying fun. Louis, won with a career-high score In the middle of her floor exercise, Biles spied Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson in the stands, winked at her and kept tumbling. Until then, Biles has just one more hurdle to clear: She was just 6 and headed to a field trip to a ranch with her day-care class when scorching heat forced a change of plan.
The children were taken to a local gymnastics club instead, and Biles was transfixed. Gymnastics was the ideal solution. Biles was on the floor, carefully eyeing older gymnasts, with her arms extended straight down so that her rear end hovered off the ground, with her legs extended in front of her.
Suddenly, without prompting, she inverted her legs, slipped them through her arms and formed a plank, just for fun. After a failed attempt to reunite the children with their mother in Columbus, Ohio, the Bileses adopted the two younger children, Simone, then 5, and Adria, who was 3. Another relative adopted the elder two.