Simone Biles has has dominated the gymnastics world since her arrival in 2013 and her extraordinary success looks set to continue in Tokyo.
Despite being at the top of the world for eight years, the competition doesn’t seem to get any closer to her.
“This is a sport where these events used to be decided by tenths of a mark, but it wins by three or four marks,” says Simon Briggs, senior sports writer at The Telegraph.
“At Rio 2016, people in the press box just laughed because they couldn’t really judge what they were seeing.”
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Biles will compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics starting July 25.
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