Simone Biles now most-decorated female gymnast in history

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Posted at 7:16 AM, Oct 09, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-09 10:17:36-04

If you look up "fierce" in the dictionary, you're likely to find the U.S. women’s gymnastics team. Same goes for five-peat.

For the fifth consecutive time, the team came out on top at the world championships -- finishing almost six full points ahead of second-place Russia.

Despite some setbacks -- like 16-year-old Sunisa Lee’s fall off the balance beam and 16-year-old Grace McCallum’s pirouette error on the uneven bars -- Team USA was led to gold by 22-year-old Simone Biles.

The four-time Olympic gold medalist proved to still be unstoppable with her athleticism and incredible skill.

Over the weekend, Biles stuck not one but two signature jaw-dropping moves: the double-double dismount on the balance beam and triple-double on the floor.

Both are performances that people are still buzzing about and that the International Gymnast Federation even found controversial for the added safety risk.

(MORE: Is Simone Biles’ new beam dismount too risky for others?)

Nevertheless, the now most-decorated female gymnast in history will have one of the two moves named after her. She holds an astounding 15 world championship gold medals, and 21 world championship medals total.

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The fifth consecutive world championship win ties a record set by Romania from 1994 to 2001.

Biles will defend her women’s individual all-around title on Thursday.

And the Tokyo Olympics are now just 10 months away.