You’re probably familiar with the name Simone Biles by now.
If not, you will be soon.
On Tuesday, the 19-year-old gymnast lead the U.S. team to a smashing victory in the All-Around at Rio.
Biles can add that Olympic hardware to her 10 career gold medals in the World Championships, putting her at 14 overall. The mind-blowing gymnast has won three straight All-Around World Championships and four straight All-Around U.S. National Championships.
Hailed as “unbeatable,” the inspirational gymnast is currently dominating the sport in ways that will go down in history.
Unlike other gymnasts, who excel in a particular area of gymnastics, Biles crushes it across the board.
To find out exactly how she does it, The New York Times produced a short video that breaks down the physics behind her floor routine.
In includes something that no other gymnast even attempts, hence aptly named “The Biles.”
Check it out for yourself: