U.S. gymnast Simone Biles has made . She won her U.S. Gymnastics Championships this week - the second woman to do . The record was set 67 years ago. The was also her 20th consecutive, tournament win, going back to 2013. However, it was her jaw-dropping that etched her into the record . She became the first gymnast to land a twisting, double somersault beam dismount, delighting spectators. She topped that later by becoming the first woman to land a triple-double (three and two flips) on the floor.
Ms Biles, 22, showed her modesty with reporters. Rather than celebrate her records, she expressed frustration at her . She said: "I know...how I can do, so I just want to do the routine for the and for myself out ." Biles is a and said she was disappointed after falling after her triple-double. She said she wanted to "scratch the " after she fell. The came flooding in following her routines. Former gymnast Nastia Liukin tweeted: "Simone's got enough gold at home, someone give this girl a crown."