What is gymnast Simone Biles' net worth? What are her other sources of income?
Simone Arianne Biles is an American artistic gymnast who was born on March 14, 1997. She is best known as the 2016 Olympic individual all-around, vault, and floor gold medalist.
Gymnast Simone Biles' Career
Simone Biles started competing as a level 8 gymnast in 2007. After three years, in 2011, she again established her standing at the junior best level. The American gymnast began her career in 2011, while she participated at the 2011 American Classic in Houston, Texas.
In the same year, she took the top spot in the vault and balance beam events and finished third in the all-around at the American Classic. She pursued an impressive series of showings in 2012, winning the vault and the all-around events at the American Classic, the Alamo Classic, the Houston National Invitational and the Secret U.S. Classic.
She is the first woman ever to achieve three consecutive all-around world championship titles. The young athlete has won 14 medals till date. Biles extended to build on her successes in 2014, taking the U.S. and world titles in the all-around competition.
In 2015, Simone became the first woman to win her third consecutive world all-around title, receiving the record of 10 gold medals at the international competition. Biles was considered as one of the country’s top Olympic hopefuls in 2016. She then proceeded training for Rio 2016 at World Champions Centre, which is owned by her family, in Spring, Texas.
Simone Biles Salary, net worth and sources of income
The American gymnast of 19 years old has an approximate net worth of $2.1 Million. Gymnastics is her main source of wealth. This extremely talented and relaxed athlete is also counted as one of the richest celebrities in Hollywood.
Simone is the all-around gold medalist in Rio which has boosted her net worth. In 2013, Biles had a net worth of only $60,000. Even, in the year 2015, her total assets was of $300,000 and grew almost entirely from gold medals won in world gymnastics competitions.
She has owned over $4 million in endorsement deals with huge companies like Nike, Kellogg’s, Hershey’s and Procter & Gamble.