Four-time Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles will be inducted along with her 2016 Olympic teammates into the Usa Gymnastics Hall of Fame next August at the national championships in Anaheim, California. The 20-year-old gymnast was part of the "Final Five" at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro last summer. She was the first American female gymnast to be the flag-bearer for the closing ceremonies.

About Simone

Because she has won a combined total of nineteen Olympic and World Championship medals, Simone is the most decorated American gymnast.

She took the title from Shannon Miller who had held the record since 1996. Because of her wins at the Olympics in Rio, Biles set an American record for the most gold medals in women’s gymnastics at a single event.

Biles and teammate Gabrielle Douglas belong to a very exclusive club. The two African Americans are the only female gymnasts to win both the individual all-around gold and team gold at the same Olympic games. Gabby won the title in 2012, and Biles won the title in 2016.

By the time Simone is inducted into the Gymnastics Hall of Fame, she will have completed her season on "Dancing with the Stars." She and professional partner Sasha Farber are two of the top performers on Season 24 of the popular ABC dance competition show that premiered on March 20, 2017.

One of her teammates, Laurie Hernandez, was Season 23 champion with her partner Val Chmerkovskiy.

Others to be inducted

Simone Biles is not the only one who will be inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame. The 2016 "Final Fives" consisting of Biles, two-time 2012 Olympic gold medalist Gabrielle "Gabby" Douglas, Aly Raisman, Lauren Hernandez and Madison Kocian will all be inducted.

Former world champion Sean Townsend, who now owns and operates Pearland Gymnastics Academy in Pearland, Texas, will be inducted along with the 2005 world all-around champion Chellsie Memmel, 2007 world champion and 2008 Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson.

Two former coaches are also selected for the Hall of Fame. One is former Ohio State coach Miles Avery, the coach of Paul Hamm who won the 2004 men's all-around Olympic gold medal.

The other is Mihai Brestyan, who coached Olympic medalists Aly Raisman and Alicia Sacramone. Brestyan was also an assistant coach of the 2016 women's team.

Congratulations are for all the gymnasts and coaches who will be inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame.