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|08-10-2016, 07:50 AM||#1|
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Simone Biles wins gold, inspires next generation
Standing 4 feet, 9 inches tall, Simone Biles has proven herself to be a giant in the world of gymnastics.
Her performance Tuesday not only stunned the crowd in Rio, it inspired a new generation of future Olympians who practice with her in the gym every day.
[WATCH: FANS GET EXCITED ABOUT BILES' GOLD MEDAL WIN]
Joy and excitement filled the World Champions Centre in Spring during and after Biles' performance.
"She works hard to be that good," World Champions Centre preschool director Kelly Tolar said.
Dozens of young ladies were transfixed as they watched Biles help team USA clinch the gold.
"The girls that are here with her on a daily basis that are on teams, you know, I think she's inspiring to them and makes them want to work harder," Tolar said.
Tolar watched with the girls as Biles delivered what sports analysts said was the best vault, floor routine and beam performances of the night.
"She's got the talent and she was born to be what she is," Tolar said
The young ladies will be watching Biles on Wednesday as she begins competing in individual events.