Twenty-five; that is the number of world championships medals that 22-year-old gymnast Simone Biles has won in her career.
Biles became the most decorated gymnast in world championships history – male or female – following her five gold-medal performances at the 2019 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany.
The five-time Olympic medalist added this year's team, all-around, vault, balance beam and floor exercise titles to her already impressive resume, marking the first time a gymnast has earned five golds at a single worlds in 51 years.
The U.S. women's team has won gold at the past five world championships, tying a record with Romania, and Biles was part of four of those teams.
Biles has now won five all-around world titles - two more than any other women's gymnast; five floor exercise golds - also two more than any other woman; three balance beam golds - one more than anyone else; two vault golds; and six additional medals (vault: two silvers, one bronze; balance beam: two bronzes; uneven bars: one silver).
This year, Biles also added two more eponymous skills to her growing list: a double-double dismount on balance beam and a triple-double on floor exercise.
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Relive Biles' historic performances from medal No. 1 at age 16 at her worlds debut in 2013 through her 25th medal this year.