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Simone Arianne Biles (born March 14, ) is an American artistic gymnast. Biles is the Biles is a four-time World all-around champion (–15, ), four-time World floor exercise champion (–15, At the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Doha, Biles became the female gymnast with the. Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championships. April , June 8- 13, Providence, R.I. Acro Cup and Training Camp. March Ocean State Classic Hosted by the Ocean State School of Gymnastics. February 27th through March 2nd at Twin River Casino, Lincoln RI. Twin.
In the women's vault, she won her second individual gold medal with a score of In the women's balance beam final, she grabbed the beam, scoring a Despite her mistake, wobbly routines from France's Marine BoyerBrazil's Flavia SaraivaChina's Fan YilinRomania's Catalina Ponorand Canadian Isabela Onyshkocombined with her high difficulty score, allowed her to grab bronze behind teammate Laurie Hernandez who won silver with a score of In the women's floor exercise final, she won gold with a score of Teammate Aly Raisman won silver with a score of She contributed to an historic feat for the gymnastics team, with USA claiming a medal on every event for the first time since A homecoming parade for Biles in Spring, Texas on August 24, With four Olympic gold medals, Biles set an American record for most gold medals in women's gymnastics at a single Games, and equaled a number of other records with her medals won in Rio.
The overall record for most women's Olympic gymnastics medals at a single games majority goldremains six medals Latynina,andKeleti,Caslavska,Daniela Silivas Biles and her teammate Gabby Douglas are the only American female gymnasts to win both the individual all-around gold and team gold at the same Olympic games.
Douglas won both in the London games.
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As the first American female gymnast to be given the honor,  Biles was chosen by Team USA to be the flag bearer in the closing ceremonies. A body in Motion, A Life in Balance.
According to the Los Angeles TimesBiles stated, "I want people to reach for their dreams and there are so many people who have inspired me with their love and encouragement along the way-and I want to pass on that inspiration to readers. She was paired with professional dancer Sasha Farber. Before the competition even started, Biles and Farber were favorites to win. Despite high scores and praises from the judges throughout the season, Biles and Farber were eliminated on May 15,one week before the finals, finishing in fourth place.
Classic in July, where she won the all-around title ahead of Riley McCusker by 1. In August, Biles competed at the National Championships where she placed first on every event over two days of competition.
After high school she was married and then started coaching. She coached seven years at the high school level, three years at Lindbergh High in Renton, and four years at Kentridge in Kent.
At Lindbergh, Patty lead them to the league championship her third year, and all city champs her third year at Kentridge, and qualifying several gymnasts to state.
Patty got her National rating in Her teams hold the national record for the most state championships in any sport in the US with a record of Total of 22 state titles. Optional Judge of the Year, Clinician and presenter at many national, regional and state conferences, congresses, and clinics. Numerous Regionals and Westerns judge. She started competing when she was 9 years old and worked her way up through to level She also had the opportunity to be the only gymnast from Kingsburg High School to compete for her school against all Clovis and Fresno high schools.
After graduation in she moved to Seattle to continue her gymnastics career at Seattle Pacific University while recieving an education in Biology.
Following her Senior year she was part of the coaching staff frommeanwhile returning as a student to get her BS in Nursing.
To continue to use her gymnastics knowledge and stay involved with the sport she loves, she has began judging for the High School season and recently recieved her Level USAG rating. She began gymnastics at age 8, at the Bellevue Boys and Girls Club. Dale moved the gym to a location that is close to Lowes today. They were all class I gymnasts.
In ninth grade, she became an elite but dropped back to Class I and competed as a Class I from She won vault for her age division, placed 3rd on floor and took 7th All Around.
She fell off beam twice, so did not make the National Team and settled for Westerns. She ended up missing Nationals by. When the compulsories changed inshe decided to concentrate on optionals. Janine states that she and her fellow gymnasts had great respect for Noelle Buell. Her daughter competes in gymnastics for Gym Express. Became a judge in Coached from through in Minnesota and North Dakota, then periodically throughout the years in WA, including 1 year as assistant coach and 1 year as head coach at Bemidji State UniversityBemidji, MN.
Worked the summer of during college with her team at the National Summer Palaestrum in Michigan, and was taught how to tumble by 's National Tumbling Champ Joe Giallombardo.USAG RI State Championships 2013 - Vault, Izzy
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