Simone Biles’ vault given record difficulty value by gymnastics federation

Simone Biles has been awarded a record difficulty value for her vault by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG).

The vault, which Biles performed at the 2018 World Championships, has been given a difficulty score of 6.4, the highest ever awarded by the FIG.

Biles has been pushing the boundaries of gymnastics with her incredible skills and has been recognized for her efforts by the FIG.

The American gymnast has won a total of 19 Olympic and World Championship medals, making her one of the most successful gymnasts of all time.

Biles has been vocal about the need for change in the sport of gymnastics, particularly in regards to the treatment of athletes and the culture within the sport.

Her record-breaking vault is just one example of the incredible feats that Biles has achieved in her career, and she continues to inspire young gymnasts around the world.

The FIG's decision to award Biles with a record difficulty value for her vault is a testament to her skill and dedication to the sport.