Simone Biles, the women who changed the world of gymnastics. Her early childhood was pretty rough. When she was born she was a very healthy baby. When she was turning older she was always healthy. Then one day changed her whole life. When she was 6 years old (2001), her and her sister were adopted. But they were still happy in their new home.However, something changed what she wanted to do for life.
Simone Biles doing her winning beam routine in the olympics.
When Simone was 6 years old, she went on a field trip for gym class. She saw someone do a stag(a type of handstand) and she tried it. She did it on her first try. Then she tried out all kinds of moves and she did them all. She was only six at that point. Imagine what she would have done when she was 12, 14, or even 16. She did so many AMAZING moves when she was younger. All so a sudden, she made it to the...OLYMPICS!
Simone Biles doing the hardest, best trick she knows how to do in her floor routine .
When she went to the olympics, she first had to go thru…...the trials. She always had wanted to go to the Olympics. One day, when she found out she made the Olympics, it was the best day of her life. She did her floor routine and got a 15.966. She and her parents were so happy and proud. Even tho she was the shortest person in the olympics, she still made it. She had gold medals everywhere. She still changed gymnastics before anyone else ever could have.
Here is a video showing Simone Biles and her floor routine in the P&G Gymnastics Championships.
Here are all my links that I used for my research.