Name: Simone Biles
Sport: Gymnastics
Discipline(s): Artistic Gymnastics
Event(s): Team, Floor Exercise, Balance Beam, Vault, All-Around
Height: 4-8
DOB: 3/14/1997
Birthplace: Columbus, Ohio
Hometown: Spring, Texas
High School: Homeschooled (Spring, Texas) ‘15
Team/Club: World Champions Center
Coach(es): Laurent Landi
Olympic Experience
  • Two-time Olympian (2016, 2020); five-time Olympic medalist (4 golds, 1 bronze)
  • Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
  • Olympic Games Rio 2016, gold (team, all-around, vault, floor), bronze (beam)
World Championship Experience
  • Most recent: 2019 – gold (team, all-around, balance beam, floor exercise, vault)
  • Years of participation: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019
  • Medals: 25 (19 golds, 3 silvers, 3 bronzes)
  • Gold – 2019 (team, all-around, balance beam, floor exercise, vault); 2018 (team, all-around, floor exercise, vault); 2015 (team, all-around, balance beam, floor exercise); 2014 (team, all-around, balance beam, floor exercise); 2013 (all-around, floor exercise)
  • Silver – 2018 (uneven bars); 2014 (vault); 2013 (vault)
  • Bronze – 2018 (balance beam); 2015 (vault); 2013 (balance beam)
Personal: Daughter of Ronald and Nellie Biles...Has two brothers, Ronald and Adam, and one sister, Adria...Became the first woman to win four straight U.S. all-around titles in 42 years at the 2016 P&G Championships...Named the 2014-15 USOC Female Olympic Athlete of the Year...Owns the most world medals in U.S. history (14) and the most world championships gold medals of any female gymnast (10) ...Favorite event is floor exercise...Began gymnastics in 2003...Hobbies include shopping...Favorite food is Italian.