USA's Simone Biles wins five medals at World Gymnastics Championships

USA's Biles wins five at World Championships
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USA's Simone Biles makes history by winning five medals at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in China, giving her six career golds.

USA's Simone Biles dominated the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Nanning, China by winning five medals.

The 17-year-old scooped gold in the all-around final and team event, as well as the individual beam and floor finals.

Biles also added a silver medal to her collection by finishing second on the podium on the vault final on Saturday.

"I'm so pleased with everything I've achieved," Biles told BBC Sport.

Biles has become the most successful US gymnast in World Championships history with six career gold medals.

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