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Simone Biles

Simone Biles

Who is Simone Biles?

Simone Biles is an American top artistic gymnast. Simone Biles has won 30 Olympic and World Championship medals, making her the world’s third most decorated gymnast. Biles holds the title of most decorated professional gymnast in the United States.

Simone has established herself as one of the all-time greats and one of the most successful gymnasts in history, despite her youth, beauty, and talent.

Early Childhood Development and Education

Simone Biles was born on March 14, 1997, in Columbus, Ohio.

Biles’ parents decided to homeschool her so that she may expand her gymnastics training from 20 to 32 hours each week.

As a result, Biles completed her secondary education as a homeschooler in 2015 and graduated.

Biles pursued her lifelong dream of becoming a gymnast.

She began her training with Coach Aimee Boorman at Bannon’s Gymnastix in Houston, with the goal of becoming a champion.

Biles also enrolled in the University of People, an online college, and became a marketing ambassador for the school. From there, Biles earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

 Nationality and Family

Simone is the third of four siblings: Ashle Biles, Tevin Biles, and Adira Biles. She is the daughter of Kelvin Biles and Shanon Biles.

Simone’s father left the family, and her mother, Shannon, was unable to care for her three siblings. As a result, Simone and her siblings were placed in foster care.

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Simone Biles with her Grandparents, Ron Biles and Nellie Cayetano Biles. Source: playersbio

As a result, her grandfather Ron Biles and his second wife, Nellie Cayetano Biles, adopted Biles and her younger sister, Adria, in 2013.

Similarly, Ron Biles’ sister adopted Biles’ older brother and sister.

Biles is of African American ethnicity and possesses American nationality. Her mother, too, is a Belizean citizen who considers the country to be her second home. Biles is a devout follower of the Catholic faith.

Weight and Age

Simone Biles is a young and talented woman who is currently 23 years old.

Biles is a Pisces, according to horoscopes. And, based on what we know, those born under this sign are renowned to be unique, passionate, and sensitive.

Similarly, Biles is 4 feet 8 inches tall (142 cm) and weighs 132 kg (103.6 lbs). Aside from that, Simone has a well-kept lovely figure with a body measurement of 35-25-34 inches and a shoe size of 5. (U.S.).

Simone is also a brunette with long black hair and dark brown eyes.

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Facts of Simone Biles

Full Name Simone Arianne Biles
Birth Date March 14, 1997
Birth Place Columbus, Ohio
Nick Name Simony
Religion Catholicism
Nationality American, Belizan
Ethnicity African American
Education University of People
Horoscope Pisces
Father’s Name Kelvin Biles
Mother’s Name Shanon Biles
Siblings Ashle Biles
Tevin Biles
Adira Biles
Age 25 Years Old
Height 4 feet 8 inches (142cm)
Weight 47 kg (103.6 lbs)
Shoe Size 5(U.S.)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Measurement 35-24-34
Figure Slim
Married No
Boyfriend Jonathan Owens
Children No
Profession Gymnast
Net Worth $4 million
Salary $316,000.00(annually)
Currently Works At Unknown
Affiliations Unknown
Merch Posters, Biography
Social Media Instagram, Twitter
Last Update April 2022

Net worth, Salary, and Charity

As of 2022, Simone Biles has accumulated a net worth of $4 million.

Biles’s consistent success and the incredible number of medals earned have attracted media to the young gymnastics, making her marketability rise.

Moreover, she had already earned around $2 million before even stepping into the Olympics.

At the Rio Olympics 2016, Biles won four Gold and one bronze medal, with a cash prize for every Olympic medal, winning $25,000 for Gold, $15,000 for silver, and $10,000 for bronze.

Likewise, she has won around 19 Olympic and World Championships and earned a hefty amount through cash prizes and other winnings.

Not to mention, she also makes $316,000.00 every year from her salary alone, which means her monthly wage amounts to $26,333.33.

Biles ranks as one of the wealthiest gymnasts, which has led her to a financially rewarding endorsement deal with Nike, Kellogg’s, Procter & Gamble, United Airlines, Beats By Dr. Dre, and Hershey.

Similarly, she has also partnered with G.K. Elite Sportswear in 2015 to release her exclusive branded leotards line.

She has also made this around from her successful career and deserves every dime for her hard work.

Charity – Contributions to society

Biles uses money well and is actively involved in charity works. She uses her Olympic medalist platform for children in the foster care system, both locally and nationally.

Biles effectively promotes and supports the importance of proper home placement and care for foster children.

Moreover, Simone partnered with the University of the People in 2018, a nonprofit online education program to find a scholarship for foster children.

Likewise, She also supports foster care children by donating 610,000 items ranging from school supplies to clothes partnering with Mattress Firm Foster Kids.

Gymnastics Career


Biles began her gymnastics career at the American Classic in Houston on July 1, 2011, when she was 14 years old.

She ranked twentieth overall, fifth on balance beam, and fifth on floor exercise at the 2011 U.S. Classic in Chicago, Illinois.

Biles’ first competition of 2012 was the American Classic in Hunstville, Texas, where she qualified for the 2012 USA Gymnastics National Championships.

The National Team Coordinator committee named her to the U.S. Junior National Team after her impressive performance.


Simone made her senior international debut in March 2013 at the FIG World Cup event American Cup. Biles then competed in the 2013 City of Jesolo Trophy, where she helped the United States win the gold medal.

She also competed in the USA Gymnastics National Championships in August at the same time.

She earned silver in all four individual events and was named national all-around champion.

Similarly, Biles competed in the 2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Belgium in October, becoming the first American gymnast to qualify for both the all-around and all four final events.

Simone was also the seventh American woman to win the total world titles, defending numerous world titles at the age of 16.

Biles also competed in the 2014 USA Gymnastics National Championships, winning gold on vault and being named to the Senior National Team.

Biles was also chosen to compete in the 2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in China, where she won six gold medals, making her the first American gymnast to win six World Championships.

Journey to the Olympics

On March 7, 2015, Biles competed in the AT&T American Cup at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, where she finished first.

On July 25, Simone competed in the U.S. Classic and won the all-around ahead of the 2012 Olympic overall champions.

Simultaneously, she competed in the 2015 United States National Championships, where she won her third all-around national title, becoming only the second woman in history to do so.

Biles was also chosen to compete for the US at the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, where she earned her third gold medal in a row.

Similarly, she now has a total of 14 medals from the World Championships.

In 2016, Simone won the all-around title in the United States National Championships.

Olympic Games in the Summer

Simone competed in the Rio Women’s Qualification Summer Olympics on August 7, 2016. In the gymnastics team event, she earned her first Olympic gold medal.

She also won the individual all-around gold medal on August 11 and a second solo gold medal in the women’s vault final.

She also took gold in the final of the women’s floor exercise.

Simone now has four Olympic gold medals and holds the American record for the most gold medals in women’s gymnastics in a single Game.

Records Have Been Released

Simone co-wrote Courage to Soar: A Body in Motion, A Life in Balance with journalist Michelle Burford after the 2016 Rio Olympics.

The book was a smash hit, debuting at number one on The New York Times Young Adult Best Sellers list.

She also competed in Season 24 of Dancing with the Stars, finishing fourth.

Biles returned to competition in 2018, winning the all-around title in her first competition, the U.S. Classic, as well as the National Championship and the World Team Selection Camp.

Simone won the all-around title as well as gold in the vault and floor exercises at the 2018 World Championships.

Biles’ success continued in 2019 at the National Championships, where she exceeded expectations.

Simone won gold medals in all four events to become the first woman to win five national all-around titles. She also helped Team USA win gold at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships.

As the first woman to land the Yurchenko double pike vault, watch Simone make history.

Aside from that, the American gymnast has a triple-double beam dismount, a floor routine, a gymnastics routine, and more.

Thus, in the World Championships, she became the first female to hold 25 World Championship medals. Also, Simone was ready to represent the U.S. at the 2020 Tokyo World Cup.

However, the U.S. team pulled out of the tournament due to Coronavirus concerns domestically and worldwide, which led to the tournament’s cancellation.

Awards and Achievements

Simone has been recognized as the world’s most successful gymnast with outstanding awards and has reached a great height in gymnastics.

She has won the most titles and is the sixth world woman to win an individual title at the World Championships and the Olympics.

Simone was AT&T American Cup Silver Medalist, and U.S. all-around champion and vault, uneven bars, balance beam & floor exercise silver medalist in 2013.

Biles was the first woman to win four gold medals at a single World Championships in 2014. She was also the Women’s Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year in 2014.

Besides that, she was named as Team USA Female Olympic Athlete of the Year in December 2015, making her the fourth gymnast to win the title. In 2016, Biles won the Glamour Award for the Record Breaker.

Likewise, she was also selected as Sportswoman of the year and named one of ESPNW Impact 25.

Also, Biles received the ESPY Award for Best Female Athlete in July 2017.

At the same time, She also won the Short Awards for the best in sports and Laureus World Sports Award for the Sportsman of the Year.

Moreover, Biles also received the Golden Plate Award by the American Academy of Achievement, naming it as one of Time Magazine’s most influential people list.

Biles was again awarded Laureus Sportsman of the year for the second time. She also won the Peoples Choice Award for The Game Changer in 2019.

Inspired by her career, her whole life has been put into a lifetime movie titled Courage to Soar.

Personal life

Talking about her boyfriend, Simone Biles was in a relationship with her fellow gymnast Stacey Erwin in 2017.

After dating for three whole years, things did not work out well, and they ended their relationship in March 2020.

Currently, Simone is dating NFL player Jonathan Owens; she made her relationship public on August 2, 2020, via Instagram. Also, her boyfriend is a safety for the Houston Texans and is also a former player for the Arizona Cardinals.

Likewise, the two have been close for a long time and post their couple pictures on their respective social media.

Since they both are young and still pursuing their career, they have no plans to marry any time soon.

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Social Media Presence

Simone appears to be quite active on her social media accounts.

She has almost 3.9 million followers on Instagram, where she shares a lot of adorable pictures of her dogs, friends, boyfriend, and family.

Besides that, she also shares photos of her sports and achievements.

Also, Simone has a Twitter account with 1.1 million followers, where she shares her practice videos, opinions, and new projects.