Biles Dazzles to Win Record 25th World Championship Medal

October 17, 2019

On Sunday, American Simone Biles became the most well-dressed gymnast in the history of the World Championships, when she won the beam and floor finals and raised her career to 25 medals.

After a convincing victory in Stuttgart, surpassing Belarus’s Vitaly Scherbo’s record of 23 world medals, the 22-year-old bile succeeded in defending his field championship and won 25 Medal.

The four-time Olympic champion now has 19 gold medals, 19 gold medals in 4 tournaments, and Scherbo won 12, and participated in 5 world events between 1991 and 1996.

In the face of a noisy crowd, this week’s last appearance was her first time, and she placed an excellent triple-revolution double back flip (called Biles II) in front of her.

Biles’ half-turn double-double layout – another skill named after her – made her out of the penalty range of 0.1 points, but her performance was enough to win 15.133 points.

“To be honest, I just can’t move. I’m too tired,” Bills talked about her last pose on the stage.

“This is indeed the best performance I have ever had.”

American Sunisa Lee won the runner-up with a silver medal of 14.133, while Russia’s Angelina Melnikova won the third place.

Olympic champion Simone Biles said she was abused by Dr. Simone Billes and watched her friends and former Olympic teammates detail the abuses of the current US former gymnastic doctor. It was four times that their strength gold medalist admitted on Monday that he was one of the athletes sexually abused by Larry Nassar. Bills, who won five medals at the 2016 Olympics, made a statement on Twitter that outlined the abuse.


Earlier, Biles polished and polished the beam and then completely tightened it to remove the double pleat uck, reaching an impressive 15.066.

Although Biles had twice won the world title before, in 2014 and 2015, it was not always easy for her to be on the device.

At the 2016 Rio Olympics, she slipped on a tossed open space, which meant she had to win a bronze medal in the game. Last year, she once again stood out in the women’s all-around final of the World Championships.

But she was re-energized this week with the close attention of balance beam coach Cecile Landi, and scored the highest scores in four attempts – qualifying, team and all-around finals and Sunday Equipment finals.

Bills said: “This is significant because Cecil is really trying to restore my confidence to the previous level.”

“Like I practice, going there for regular activities, it feels really good, I know she is really proud.”

After announcing another title in the arena, Bills was ecstatic before attending the celebration with the US team.

She said: “I am really excited.” “I think this will be at least 14.8, 14.9, but see 15, I feel that crazy, so I am very proud.”

Last year’s Chinese champion Liu Tingting won the silver medal with 14.433 and her teammate Li Shijia won the bronze medal.

Bile completed her campaign in Stuttgart. He won five gold medals in six games, marking the ideal preparation for the Tokyo Olympics next year.

Her challenge includes a record fifth all-around gold medal, personal vaulting champion and helping the US team win the world championship for the fifth time in a row.