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Simone Biles

Simone Biles NET WORTH :- $10 Million

About Simone Biles

Simone Biles is an American artistic Gymnast. Simone has an estimated net worth of $10 Million. Simone Biles is a gymnast with a Combined total of 30 Olympic and World Championship Medals. This tally also makes her the third-most decorated gymnast in world history, behind Vitaly Scherbo and Larisa Latynina. Simone is one of the greatest and dominant gymnasts of all time. Simone Biles was born on March 14, 1997. Simone is one of four children and all four Children Adria, Ashley, and Tevin were taken into foster care at a young age.

 At the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, she became the first female U.S. gymnast to win four Gold medals at a Single Game, and she was the first gymnast to win three consecutive world all-around titles (2013–15).

Early Life

Simone Biles Early Life

Simone Biles was born on 14 March 1997 in Columbus, Ohia. She is one of four children, all of whom were reportedly taken into foster care at a young age. Despite the early uncertainty, Biles and her sister were eventually adopted by their biological grandparents. She joined her first gymnastics class aged Six and began her lightning-quick ascent into the US history books. Her grandmother started playing an active role in her upbringing in 2000, and during this period Biles grew up in the suburbs of Houston, Texas. Raised in a Catholic home, Simone maintained strong roots in Belize while growing up, as her mother is Belizean. To this day, Simone Biles holds Belizean citizenship.

Simone Biles gained her Secondary Education as Homeschooler Because Simone wants to increase her Training time from approximately 20 Hours to 32 Hours per Week.

Gymnastics Career

Simone Biles Gymnastics Career

Junior Gymnastics

Simone started Gymnastics training at a very early age when she was only six in a day-care field and, she remained there for 11 years under the direction of her Coach Amiee Borman. Biles began competing as a level 8 gymnast in 2007, and by 2011 she had cemented her standing at the junior elite level. 

  • In 2012, she won first place all-around in the US Classic held in Huntsville, Texas where she placed first in vault, second on floor exercise, third on balance beam, and fourth on uneven bars. This win qualified her for competition at the 2012 US National Championships in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • She then competed at the 2012 US Classic in Chicago where she won first place all-around, bagging first place in vault, second place in floor exercise, and sixth place on the balance beam.
  • Her performance during the 2012 US National Championships placed her third all-around, winning first in vault, sixth on floor exercise, balance beams, and uneven bars. This led to her selection as part of the United States Gymnastic Junior Team.
  • She was 2 ½ months too young to qualify for a spot on the 2012 Olympic team.

Senior Gymnastics

  • In 2013, her first year as a Senior competitor in 2013 American Cup, the 4-foot 9-inch (1.45-meter) Biles won the all-around title at her first World Ggymnastics Championships, becoming the first African American woman to claim the title. She also prevailed in the floor exercise, earned the Silver medal in the vault, and took home the Bronze medal on the balance beam.
  • She took home the all-around title for the 2014 US Classic in Chicago as well as the 2014 National Championships.
  • At the 2014 World Championships, she won the second all-around title, placing first in balance beam and floor exercise, and second in vault.
  • During 2015, she won a total of 13 gold medals. She won her third all-around title for both the US National Championships and the World Championships.
  • In 2015, she was supposed to attend the University of California, Los Angeles but she forfeited because she decided to do gymnastics professionally. She signed up with the Octagon sports agency.
  • In 2016, she competed in the US Classic for only on two events. She took first place in balance beam and ranked fifth in uneven bars.
  • She competed at the 2016 US National Championships later on as the current title-holder and won the all-around title yet again, ranking first in vault, balance beam, and floor exercise.
  • She led the US Olympics women’s gymnastics team, dubbed as “The Final Five”, in competing at the 2016 Rio Olympics where they dominated and took home many gold medals.
  • Simone stands at 4 feet and 8 inches, making her the shortest among all the athletes who represented the United States in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
  • She was given the honor of being the Team USA flag bearer during the Olympics’ closing ceremony.

2016 Olympic Games

On August 9, 2016, Biles led the U.S. women’s gymnastics team to win the gold. She earned an impressive 15.933 in the vault, a 15.3 on balance beam, and 15.8 for a crowd-pleasing floor routine in which she performed “the Biles,” her signature move comprised of a double layout with a half twist. The powerhouse gymnast shared the victory with Raisman, Douglas, Hernandez, and Kocian, a team known as “The Final Five.”

In 2017, Simone Biles Did not Compete. she co-wrote an autobiography with journalist Michelle Burford, Courage to Soar: A Body in Motion, A Life in Balance. Biles said, “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.” The book hit number one on The New York Times bestsellers Young Adult list the week of January 8, 2017, and was turned into a Lifetime biopic.

At the 2018 U.S. national championships, she became the first female gymnast in nearly 25 years to win all five events, including a record-setting fifth all-around title. Biles became the most-decorated female gymnast in world championships history when she won four golds (including another all-around title), one silver, and one bronze at the 2018 championships to bring her career total at that competition to 20 medals.

Simone Biles Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Heightin centimeters- 142 cm
in meters- 1.42 m
in feet & inches- 4’ 8”
Weight47 Kg – in Kilograms
104 lbs-in Pounds
Body Measurements (Approx.)35-24-34 inches
Shoe Size7
Hair Colour Black
Eye ColourDark Brown

Simone Biles Family & Relationship

FatherKelvin Clemons
MotherShanon Biles
SiblingsAshley Biles (Biological Older Sibling), Tevin Biles (Biological Older Sibling), Adria Biles (Younger Sister), Ronald Jr. Biles (Older Brother), Adam Biles (Older Brother)
OthersRonald George Biles (Grandfather), Nellie Louise (Step-Grandmother)
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/BoyfriendJonathan Owens (Since 2020)
Last UpdatedJuly 2021

Simone Biles Brands Endorsement

Simone Biles has supplemented her gymnastics income with a range of brand endorsements over the years. Prior to the 2016 Olympics, she famously appeared in a Tide commercial alongside a number of other gymnasts.

Simone has been seen in these adverts –

  • Nike
  • Tide Pods
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Uber Eats (with Jonathan Van Ness) – This campaign about Uber Eats had received criticism from people in 2020.

Simone Biles Religion

Roman Catholicism

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