Simone Biles wins seventh national women’s all-around gymnastics title

"We came out here and did what we were supposed to do," Biles said

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Simone Biles has made history as the only woman to win 7 all-around titles in women's gymnastics.
By: Alyssa Wilson

Simone Biles has done it again and made history with her seventh national women’s all-around title at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships. The Olympic gold medalist won with a score of 119.650, putting her more than four points ahead of the runner-up. Jordan Chiles, Biles’ teammate, came in third place with a score of 114.50.  


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Biles is pursuing a spot for the summer Tokyo Olympics. She said, “I feel like I did try to enjoy it because it could be one of my last championships that I’ll attend. But it’s also the road to Tokyo, and after this we have trials, so we just have to really embrace the moment.”  

According to CNN, Biles’ seventh title is the most won by any American woman. The 24-year-old recently made history as the first woman to land the Yurchenko double pike. The move had only ever been completed and landed by men. 

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In addition to these two historical achievements, Biles has a lengthy list of career highlights, including the 2019 AP Female Athlete of the Year, Team USA’s 2019 Female Olympic Athlete of the Year and won 25 world championship medals. 

A series about Biles and her gymnastics career titled “Simon vs. Herself” premieres on Facebook Watch June 15. The trials for the U.S. Olympic team will be held June 24-27 in St. Louis, and the Tokyo Olympics are set to begin in July.  


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