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2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships - Day Seven

Gymnast Simone Biles won her fourth straight gold medal in women’s gymnastics on Sunday, June 26, at the P&G Championships — and broke a serious record doing so.

At just 19-years-old, Biles became the first woman to take home four national titles in a row since Joan Moore Gnat in 1974, Jezebel noted.

Just peep this floor routine from Sunday:

And this vault pass:

Just amazing.

In addition, Biles has also been named the one to beat at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics and, according to The New York Times, the gymnast is not only getting better, but having fun doing it.

“People think you have to be serious to do a good job. But I think if you’re having fun, you can do better. You can look back someday and say, ‘Wow, I had a good time instead of being so stressed out,'” she told the newspaper after she won.

We totally agree!

Congrats, Simone! We’re rooting for you!

SOURCE: Jezebel, The New York Times, Twitter | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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