Simone Biles stuns gymnastics with never-before-seen move

Sam Goodwin
Sports Editor
Simone Biles continues to stun the gymnastics world. Image: Getty/Instagram

Simone Biles has put the gymnastics world on notice with an incredible dismount in training that’s never been seen before.

Biles spent her quarantine on Zoom workouts to keep up with training, and it wasn’t until two weeks ago that she could get back into the gym.

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But the downtime clearly hasn’t slowed her momentum.

The most decorated gymnast in world championship history has unveiled a new, stunning beam dismount that had peers and fans marvelling.

Biles shared a video on her social media accounts on Tuesday showing a triple-double dismount into the pit.

The NBC Olympics account responded: “Words escape us.”

Nastia Liukin, the 2008 all-around champion, replied: “Whatttttttttttt” alongside a string of crown emojis.

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In the video Biles can be seen making three twisting rotations in the air and flipping twice.

She already had an incredibly difficult dismount in the double-double, which she debuted at the 2019 Gymnastics World Championship in Germany.

She blasted the International Gymnastics Federation for giving it a low point value ahead of the competition. They decided it was too dangerous.

Biles, a four-time Olympic gold medalist and five-time World all-around champion, hasn’t committed to the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics.

Simone Biles in action at the Superstars of Gymnastics event in 2019. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Originally set to begin next month in Tokyo, they were pushed back a full year to July 2021. 

She told ‘Today’ in April that she cried when the Games were postponed, but believed it was the right decision given the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 2020 national championship set for two weekends ago was canceled by USA Gymnastics. 

She was going for her seventh all-around title in eight years. She skipped the 2017 competition after winning at the 2016 Rio Games.

With Cassandra Negley - Yahoo Sports US