Share Share: June 27, 2016 August 5, 2016 Simone Biles’ winning streak: 2013 to 2016 P&G Championships Biles also got a floor skill named after her at the 2013 Worlds: two back flips in the straight position, with a half twist before landing. Simone Biles made her senior gymnastics debut in 2013 after she turned 16 years old. Biles, far left, competed against 2012 Olympians McKayla Maroney and Kyla Ross (center) at her first senior national championships. At the 2013 Secret U.S. Classic just a few weeks before nationals, Biles fell off the uneven bars and on floor before deciding to scratch vault. Biles came to the 2013 P&G Championships looking like a new gymnast, confident and steady. She won a silver medal on the balance beam… … a silver medal on floor exercise (matching her braces!)… …two more silver medals on vault and uneven bars… … and her first national championships all-around title. Biles finished out the 2013 season by winning four more medals, including all-around gold, at the 2013 World Championships. Biles also got a floor skill named after her at the 2013 Worlds: two back flips in the straight position, with a half twist before landing. Biles was even more dominant in 2014 than the year before. She won a medal on every event but uneven bars at the national championships. Biles won gold on floor and vault, and silver on balance beam. And she outscored Ross and Maggie Nichols to win her second all-around national title. She also became a fan favorite for her bubbly personality. Biles kept up her winning ways at the 2014 World Championships: all-around, team, floor and balance beam golds, and vault silver. While bars continued to be Biles’ weakest event, she showed impressive form at the 2015 P&G Championships. She still took time to enjoy the moment, giving a fan a high five on the competition floor. A shocking fall on the floor exercise put Biles’ lead in jeopardy, but she rebounded with style. Biles won all-around, balance beam and vault gold, and floor exercise silver. Just two weeks before the women’s gymnastics Olympic Trials, Biles went for her fourth all-around title at the 2016 P&G Championships. She took and kept the lead early, ending the first night of competition with a score of 62.900. Doing her signature “Biles” skill on floor, she soared through the air doing two laid-out back flips with a half twist. And her signature ear-to-ear smile was very much in attendance. On vault, she got a nearly perfect score with just one-tenth of a point in deductions for her Amanar. She stayed steady on balance beam to win her second national beam title. She also won golds on floor and vault. And then capped off the competition by claiming all-around gold by 3.900 points. She shared the podium with Aly Raisman and Laurie Hernandez. How the U.S. gymnast racked up 17 national championship medals in just four years.