Simone Biles Wins Individual All-Around Gold Medal For Team USA At The 2016 Olympic Games

By Kellogg Company, Special for  USDR

Simone Biles, U.S. Olympic gymnast and member of Team Kellogg’s, took the gold medal today in the individual all-around competition. Biles finished with a score of 62.198, earning her gold at the 2016 Olympic  Games.

“I’m still shaking from this amazing win,” said Biles. “I could not be more proud to represent my country at the 2016 Olympic Games. My time in Rio has been incredible, and I’ve had a great time down here cheering on my Team USA and Team Kellogg’s  teammates.”

What gets Simone Biles started? Her teammates. Simone Biles sets the bar high. With an ever-expanding collection of medals and her own signature move, she’s one of the best gymnasts in the world. So to get away from it all, she goes to … the gym. It’s there with her teammates that Simone truly has fun and enjoys the sport. It’s good to surround yourself with winners, on and off the  mat.

Watch Biles’ #GetsMeStarted video, available on Kellogg’s YouTube page, to learn more about her journey toward the 2016 Olympic Games for Team USA. For more information about Biles and the rest of Team Kellogg’s first-time Olympians and Paralympians, visit

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  • Click to tweet: Congrats @Simone_Biles on taking gold! Way to make #TeamUSA & #TeamKelloggs proud! #GetsMeStarted
  • Click to tweet: Way to grab gold @Simone_Biles! Check out what Gets Simone Started here: #TeamUSA #TeamKelloggs #GetsMeStarted

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