Simone Biles turned into the most enriched acrobat in World Championships history with two additional golds on Sunday.

The American, 22, outperformed the general decoration record held by Vitaly Scherbo by winning on the equalization pillar – her 24th award, 18 of them gold – in Stuttgart.

Biles put in another superb showcase to post a score of 15.066 and get her fourth gold of these titles.

She at that point created a shocking 15.133 to beat countryman Sunisa Lee, 16, and win another gold in the floor last.

Simon Biles wins gold in floor last at World Championships

China’s Liu Tingting and Li Shijia took silver and bronze separately on the equalization shaft.

Lee took silver in the floor last with a score of 14.133, while Russian Angelina Melnikova completed third.

Having won four gold decorations and one bronze at Rio 2016, Biles currently has 30 awards in World Championships and Olympics, three shy of the record held by Scherbo, who spoke to the Soviet Union, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Belarus during the 1990s.

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