Simone Biles Ethnicity, Wikipedia, Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Biography
Simone Biles Ethnicity, Wikipedia, Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Biography – One of the best gymnasts in history was an American named Simone Biles, full name Simone Arianne Biles. She was born in Columbus, Ohio, in the United States, on March 14, 1997. She became the first American gymnast to win three consecutive global all-around titles from 2013 to 2015 and the first American woman to win four gold medals at the same Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
Simone Biles Bio
|Date Of Birth||14 March 1997|
|Nationality||American and Belizean|
|Birthplace||Columbus, Ohio, United States|
|Hometown||Spring, Texas, United States|
Simone Biles Measurement
|Height||4 feet 8 inch|
Simone Biles Educational Qualifications
|School||Local High School in Columbus, Ohio, United States|
|College or University||Online College, the University, United States|
Simone Biles Family
|Brother / Sister||Ron Biles Jr.|
Ashley Biles Thomas
|Children||Son: Not Known|
Daughter: Not Known
Simone Biles Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Not Known|
Stacey Ervin Jr.
Simone Biles Net Worth
|Net Worth In Dollars||16 Million US Doller|
Simone Biles Social Media Accounts
Simone Biles Career
Simone Biles competed in the American Classic in Houston in 2011 to make her professional gymnastics debut. She placed third overall, first in the vault and balancing beam events, fourth in the floor exercise, and ninth in the uneven bars competition. The same year, she participated in the US Classic in Chicago, where she placed 20th in the all-around competitions.
She participated in the 2012 Texas-based American Classic. In the all-around competition, she came in first place. In the same year, she also competes at the US National Championships in Missouri, the US Classic in Chicago, and the USA Gymnastics National Championships. She was also chosen for the US Junior National Team. Her senior international debut took place in 2013 at the American Cup, a FIG World Cup Event.
Biles won the U.S. all-around title three times in a row in 2015, making her the first woman to do it since Kim Zmeskal in 1992. At the 2015 World Championships, she successfully completed her hat trick of all-around victories. She also shared the team victory and won the floor exercise and balancing beam events as well as the vault bronze medal. With 14 medals in her career, she now holds the record for the most world championship medals ever won by a female or male American gymnast.