Simone Biles was born on March 14, 1997 in Columbus, Ohio, USA.Simone’s video of running away from a bee on the podium at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championship awards ceremony had gone viral.She is the shortest American gymnast.
She invented the two back flips followed by a half twist in a lying or straight body position.She have American nationality and her sun sign is Pisces.She is also known as Simone Arianne Biles.
Simone Biles Biography
Simone Biles is an American artistic gymnast best known for her individual gold medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. She is an artistic gymnast and generally excels at all-around gymnastics, floor and vault. Simone Biles has been a three-way world champion for several years. She has won around 19 Olympic and World Championship medals, making her the most famous American gymnast. She holds the record for the most gold medals won by an American at a single Olympics. She is only the 6th woman to win the Olympic medal and the World Championship medal in all individual titles. She is known for her appearance in ‘Dancing with the Stars’. She currently resides in Spring, Texas, USA.
Simone Biles Career
Simone’s career as a gymnast began when she first tried gymnastics at the young age of 6 while on a field trip with her daycare mates. She impressed her instructors and they suggested she continue gymnastics later.
She soon opted for a training program at Bannon’s Gymnastix and began formal training with her trainer Aimee Boorman. She was only 8 years old then.
Her official career began when she competed in the American Classic in Houston in 2011. She was ranked 3rd throughout the round, excelling at first position in vault and balance beam. Later that year, she competed in the USA Classic in Chicago, Illinois, where she placed 20th throughout the round.
In 2012, her success motivated her to focus more on her gymnastics career. To do this, she left public school and started home schooling, which allowed her to take almost 2 hours of additional training per day.
At the 2012 American Classic in Huntsville, Texas, she was placed 1st throughout the course, once again excelling on vault. She was also placed first at the US Classic in Chicago, which paved the way for a national championship entry.
In 2012, she was ranked 3rd overall in the National Championship, again pocketing 1st on vault. This made his selection to the junior national team quite easy.
She made her senior international debut with teammate Katelyn Ohashi replacing Elizabeth Price and Kyla Ross after they withdrew from the 2013 American Cup due to injuries.
She obtained the 1st prize of the Trophy of the city of Jesolo 2013 in Jesolo, Italy.
At the 2013 Nationals, she won the All-Around Champion title ahead of Kyla Ross, the previous medalist. She also won silver in all four events. This secured him a spot on the senior national team and world championship team.
She won the Women’s All Around World Championship at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championship in Belgium.
She repeated her performance by winning gold at the 2014 National Gymnastics Championship, after missing a few tournaments earlier in the year due to a stone injury.
She successfully defended her world champion title at the 2014 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Nanning, China.
She placed first at the 2015 AT&T American Cup with a score of 62.2999, 4.467 points ahead of the silver medalist. She also won the City of Jesolo 2015 Trophy in the same month.
On July 29, 2015, she announced that she was going to turn pro and signed with Octagon. She won her 3rd all-around national title, becoming only the 2nd woman to do so.
She became the first woman to win three consecutive World Championship titles after winning the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics Championship.
Multinational sports equipment giant Nike became its sponsor on November 11, 2015.
In 2016, she won the Pacific Rim Championships and the National Championship by a wide margin in the full title. On July 10, she was declared in the team for the Olympic Games.
At the 2016 Olympics, she won her first gold medal on August 9 in the team event. She went on to win the all-around gold on August 11. She won her second gold in women’s vault with a score of 15.966. She got the same score in the floor event and got gold as well. She also grabbed a bronze on the balance beam.
When you’re as talented as Simone Biles (a girl can dream), companies will naturally want to slap you on anything to help sell the product – can you blame them? More recently, Simone left Nike to work with Athleta , where she will work on product design and capsule collections.In addition to working with Athleta, Simone also has endorsements with SK-II, Hershey’s, Uber Eats, Candid Dental, Kellogg’s, Mattress Firm, and Beats by Dre. More the merrier, the merrier!
We’ll have to wait a bit before we can get our hands on this Athleta x Simone drip, but Simone already has a wonderful line of leotards with GK Elite. 10/10 will choose one for my adult gym class.
Awards and Achievements
She was chosen as “Sportswoman of the Year” in 2014 and 2016 by the Women’s Sports Foundation and became one of ESPNW’s Top 25.
She was nominated for the James E Sullivan Award in 2015.
She became the 2015 Team USA Female Olympian of the Year.
She was chosen as one of the BBC’s 100 Women in 2016. She was also a finalist for TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year in the same year.
She was nominated for the Best Female Athlete award for ESPY in 2016.
She holds the record for the most gold medals won by a female gymnast in a single Olympic Games.
She is only the 4th woman to win all major titles in an Olympic cycle.
She is only the 2nd gymnast to win team gold as well as individual gold in a single match.
She was the flag bearer for Team USA at the closing ceremonies. She was the first American gymnast to receive this honor.
She won gold on all levels and on floor, silver on vault and bronze on balance beam at the 2013 World Championships in Antwerp.
She won the team gold medal, as well as gold for all rounds, balance beam and floor and a silver medal in the Vault at the 2014 Nanning World Championships.
At the 2015 World Championships held in Glasgow, she retained the team, all gold medals in round, beam and floor and also won a bronze medal in vault.
At the Rio de Janeiro Olympics held in 2016, she won the gold medals for the team events, all events, vault and floor. She also won bronze for the balance beam.
She won the team and all gold medals at the 2016 Everett Pacific Rim Championship.
She was one of the contestants paired with Sasha Farber on Season 24 of “Dancing with the Stars.” She finished fourth in the competition.
Simone Biles Net Worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth , Simone is sitting well on a fortune of $6 million, not too bad for the best gymnast in the world right now. Please excuse me while I grab the nearest pillow and cry about my poverty!
Not to make you feel totally inadequate or anything, but Simone won a whopping five medals – four gold, one bronze – at the 2016 Rio Olympics. (Meanwhile, I can barely get up from the couch.) It takes a lot to represent America at the Olympics, and Simone sure isn’t doing it for $99!
According to CNBC , US Olympians earn $37,500 for each gold medal they win this year, $22,500 for each silver and $15,000 for each bronze. In team sports, each team member shares the pot equally. Remember, these are the numbers for 2018 – CNBC said the numbers were up 50% from the 2016 Olympics. That means Simone has racked up around $82,500 to $100,000 for her winning streak. in Rio. If Simone pulls off a similar winning streak at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics this year, that means she will walk away with at least $165,000 in earnings!
Simone has over 4.3 million followers on her Instagram page, which means there are TONS of opportunities to earn big money by posting #sponcon to her account! Shoot, just last week Simone has already done two commercials for Oreo and Core Power.
Simone Biles Private Life
In 2016, after Russian cyber-espionage group Fancy Bear hacked into the World Anti-Doping Agency, his medical information was released.
She announced via Twitter that she has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. She was cleared for the same treatment and was granted a Therapeutic Use Exemption.
Simone’s coach had never trained an elite gymnast before coaching her and she believes this lack of experience in her coach helped them explore and learn new techniques.
Aimee Boorman is like a second mom to Simone. According to Simone, Aimee can read her thoughts and moods and this relationship helps her in life.
She is a big fan of Zac Efron and pop singer Taylor Swift.
But the beauty’s heart already belongs to another man. The athlete Arthur Mariano also made a point of specifying it. On his Twitter account, the handsome brunette who shares the life of our favorite gymnast explained not without humor.