Simone Biles net worth
According To Uswhispers American artistic gymnast Simone Biles is worth $16 million. Simone holds the record for the most medals won by an American gymnast, with 32. (both Olympic and World Championship medals). Simone is one of the most accomplished gymnasts in the history of the sport. Simone Biles is widely regarded as the best-ever female gymnast.
During the 2016 Summer Olympics, she achieved some of her most notable achievements. When she competed at the Olympics, she was part of the United States' "Final Five." Simone won gold medals in floor, vault, and all-around at these games. She won a bronze medal on the balance beam and a gold medal as a member of the United States team.
This meant that Simone was unable to compete at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo after a COVID delay, but she still managed to take home a silver medal with her team. After a bout of "the twisties," a condition in which a gymnast loses their sense of air balance, she was forced to withdraw from the Olympics.
Before and after the postponement, Simone was the most heavily endorsed American athlete in the lead-up to the 2020 Olympics. Throughout the years leading up to and following the games, she raked in an estimated $20 million from various deals and contracts. More on these deals will be covered later in this article.
Career Simone Biles
In fact, Biles began her gymnastics training at the age of eight, under the tutelage of Aimee Boorman. At the age of 14, she competed in the American Classic in Houston. She finished third. In 2012, she placed first at the American Classic in Huntsville. That year, she was named to the US Junior National Team. In 2013, she made her senior international debut at the American Cup before competing at the City of Jesolo Trophy and help the United States team win a gold medal.
A poor performance at the 2013 US Classic prompted Márta Károlyi to invite Simone to a private camp, and the young gymnast also started working with a sports psychologist. Better results followed, and Simone was then selected for the World Championships team.
Another clear performance at the 2013 Artistic Gymnastics Championships helped her win another first-place finish. Even at 16, she had already proven herself to be an exceptional gymnast, outperforming international gymnasts who were decades older.
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Things started slowly in 2014 due to a shoulder injury, but Biles bounced back with the US Classic in Chicago, winning the competition by a wide margin. She competed once moe in the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, helping the United States claim another victory and gold medal. In 2015, she placed first at the AT&T American Cup in Arlington, Texas.
This performance helped her earn a nomination for the James E. Sullivan Award. More victories came with the City of Jesolo Trophy, the U.S. Classic, and the US National Championships.