Simone Biles wins gold in world championships as she completes her first international competition since a two-year break.

Simone Biles won her fourth gold medal of the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.

Simone Biles completed first in the floor exercise, as she completed her first international competition since her two-year break from gymnastics.

Despite all hurdles like penalty for getting out of the floor region in her everyday practice, the considerable trouble of her exhibition implied she finished well clear of second-placed Rebeca Andrade.

The gold on the floor is Biles’ 23rd world championship gold medal and was her second of the day, having won the beam competition in Antwerp, Belgium.

Following a disheartening day by her grandiose principles on Saturday – winning silver in the vault and completing fifth in the lopsided bars – the 26-year-old returned quickly in determined design to win her third gold decoration of the current year’s big showdowns.

The US gymnast recorded a 14.800 in her attempt, finishing 0.100 ahead of China’s Zhou Yaqin in second place.

With four gold medals and one silver added to her already bulging medal cabinet, Biles appears back to her all-conquering best and deserving of the accolade she earned during her time in Europe: the most decorated female or male gymnast ever.

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