As previously reported, Simone Biles took home a record seventh national all-around women's title this week. However, people are not only reacting to her historic accomplishment. Many are also in awe of the outfit she wore while making history.
At this year's U.S. Gymnastics Championship, Biles donned a custom leotard covered in crystals. On the lower right side, fans noticed that the designer illustrated a goat with the crystals placed on the leotard. Given Biles' dominating run through the sport over the last decade, it is only fitting that the greatest gymnast of all time would sport an actual goat on her outfit.
This is not the first time that Biles has sported a goat on her leotard. In May, she sported a leotard with a goat on it while competing at the U.S. Classic in Indianapolis, Indiana. Much like her most recent, she also made history in Indianapolis. During the U.S. Classic, she became the first woman to attempt and complete a Yurchenko double pike in a competition. Her feet garnered praise from comedian Roy Wood Jr., NBA star LeBron James and many others.
"I was just thinking, 'Do it like training. Don't try to like overdo anything,' because I have a tendency, as soon as I raise my hand, to overpower things. I did a little bit, but I was still on my feet. It's a new vault and I'm proud of how today went," Biles told NBC Sports after completing the move.
After two successful competition runs, Biles will turn her attention toward the U.S. Olympic Trials on June 24-27 in St. Louis.
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