Simone Biles has done it. The 22-year-old has turned into the most-enlivened acrobat among the women as well as men, at the big showdowns.
On Sunday, at the world championships of gymnastics in Stuttgart, Germany, the U.S. acrobat broke the long-time record when she verified her 24th award at the occasion, breaking the record for the most number of world championship medals by any men or any women, recently set by Belarusian Men’s Gymnast, Vitaly Scherbo. Under two hours after the fact, she earned her 25th decoration.
It is her fourth triumph at the current year’s big showdowns after the team gold on Tuesday, singular all-around gold on Thursday and vault’s gold on Saturday.
Regularly depicted as the best athlete ever, when she won the 23rd decoration on Saturday succeeded by an exciting presentation on vault, Biles was just quickly tied with Scherbo. Against her 24 professional World Championship medals, 18 of them are gold, as of 12 out of 23 for Scherbo.
Prior this week, Biles has also set the record for most individual awards by and large by a lady at the big showdowns. She broke her tie with Svetlana Khorinka, the Russian athlete.