U.S. gymnast Simone Biles is [continued / continuing] to make history with her jaw-dropping [feats / feet] . Ms Biles won her sixth U.S. Gymnastics Championships this week, [becomes / becoming] only the second woman to accomplish this. This record was first [set / met] 67 years ago. The victory was also Biles' 20th [consecutive / consecutively] , all-round major tournament win, dating [past / back] to 2013. However, it was her performances that further [sketched / etched] her name into the record books. On Saturday, Biles became the first gymnast to [laud / land] a double twisting, double somersault beam dismount, bringing roars of [delight / delightful] from spectators. She topped that a day later by becoming the first woman to land a triple-double (three twists and two [flips / flaps] ) on the floor.
The 22-year-old Biles displayed her [ceremony / customary] post-competition modesty. Rather [than / that] celebrate her achievements, she expressed her frustration [on / at] her mistakes. She told reporters she felt disappointed while falling after the [triplet-doublet / triple-double] . She said: "As soon as I fell on the floor, I was like, 'That's it, I'm scratching the [meat / meet] . I'm walking [out / off] the floor.'" Ever the [perfectionist / percussionist] , she added: "I still get really frustrated because I know...how well I can do, so I just want to do the best routine for the [audio / audience] and for myself out here." The plaudits came [flooding / washing] in following her performances. Former gymnast Nastia Liukin tweeted: "Simone's got enough gold medals at home, someone give this girl a [clown / crown] ."