Simone Biles created history at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Kansas City, Missouri with her brilliant performance and reasserted her position as the world’s unrivalled number one gymnast. With this win, she went on to become the first woman in nearly 70 years to capture six U.S. senior women’s all-around gymnastics titles.
Biles, who went ahead with the triple-twisting, double back manoeuvre during the final night of the US women’s gymnastics championships, also became the first women to attempt and land a triple-double off a high beam.
Biles’ stunning floor routine left people impressed, with many taking to social media to praise the 22-year-old gymnast. Moreover, a slow-motion video of her performance has also gone viral, leaving many dumbfounded.
Simone Biles, in extreme slow motion. pic.twitter.com/mjdYp0zwkv
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) August 12, 2019
According to a CNN report, Biles’ moves involved two twists and two summersaults while dismounting. Here is how netizens reacted to Biles’ performance:
Physics? I don’t know her. https://t.co/x2326mfKlW
— Neon Claws (@NeonClawsBand) August 13, 2019
— aseye nedi (@deladem_1) August 13, 2019
Is she real? Yup, and she is a Houston treasure! Wow https://t.co/PhdR2SJhaZ
— Roberta Anding (@RobertaAnding) August 13, 2019
How is this even humanly possible? Christ!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥 https://t.co/Fs5f1Creyj
— Calvin ‘Emeka Onwuka (@CalvinEmeka) August 13, 2019
How can a human being do this?? https://t.co/YAgUXf1vKt
— ShawnBlk (@shawnblk) August 13, 2019
That is by far the most athletic move I have ever seen. Any sport or competition. Period. Full stop.
— Dave’s not here (@Daves_n0t_here) August 12, 2019