Simone Biles has just made history…again.
This time the 22-year-old, four-time Olympic gold medalist, just broke a world championships record on Sunday, as she picked up her 24th and 25th medals.
According to People, Biles won gold medals for both her floor routine and the balance beam, and just became the most-decorated gymnast at worlds, breaking the long-held record of 23, which was set by male gymnast Vitaly Scherbo back in the 1990s.
On Sunday, Biles, who has struggled on the beam in the past, jumped for joy as her scores came in and began celebrating as she saw she had received 15.066 points.
The gymnast ended her big day with her floor exercise, on which she earned 15.133 points — which put her a full point ahead of fellow American gymnast Sunisa Lee.
Celebrating her win on Twitter, the history-making athlete wrote: “Feeling GOLDEN this morning … every time feels just like the first.”