Simone BILES

États-Unis d'Amérique USA

  • Médailles
    4 O
    1 B
  • Participations
  • Première participation
    Rio 2016
  • Année de naissance
Résultats olympiques


Simone BILES

“I’m not the next Usain Bolt or Michael Phelps – I’m the first Simone Biles,” said the American gymnastic powerhouse at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, and her comment struck a chord. Still just 22, Biles is already in an extremely exclusive ‘legendary’ category of Olympians, occupied by the likes of the Jamaican sprinter and American swimmer. She is already the greatest gymnast that ever lived. But she’s also doing it her own way.

Biles rose to fame in 2013 – winning two World Championship golds aged just 16, including the all-around title. She followed that with four Worlds golds in 2014 and another four in 2015.

By the time Rio 2016 – her first Olympics – rolled around, she was already a superstar and the hottest of hot favourites for the title. She didn’t disappoint: Biles won gold in the all-around, team, vault and floor, and bronze on the beam.

Tokyo 2020 will be the opportunity to cement her Olympic legacy. Gymnastic peak young, and it is unknown whether she will want to push herself physically and mentally into another Olympic cycle for Paris 2024. This summer is a key opportunity for Biles to make a remarkable statement. She has the ability to win golds across the board.

Résultats olympiques

Résultats olympiques
Résultats Événement Sport

Rio 2016

Individual All-Around
Individual All-Around Gymnastics
Floor Exercise
Floor Exercise Gymnastics
Horse Vault
Horse Vault Gymnastics
#14 r1/2
Uneven Bars
Uneven Bars Gymnastics
Balance Beam
Balance Beam Gymnastics
Team All-Around
Team All-Around Gymnastics