Rio de Janeiro: On Tuesday, Simone Biles showed her playful moves and volatile tumbles on the floor exercise to win fourth gold at Rio de Janeiro.
After shaky performance on the balance beam, America has lost their hope to drag five golds for a female gymnast; she came to capture the floor title with 15.966 points.
Aly Raisman of United States earned 15.500, while Briton Amy Tinkler burst into tears after weak performance.
A sultry routine flew high in air to perform her moves on samba music, Brazilian crowd on their feet.
Audience were motivate her with complex tumbling passes, and her gasps of admiration, as she balanced her entire body on a single right toes while spinning around twice and people were noisy as she bounced her bottom off the floor to strike her final pose.
Smile has disappeared on Monday when she ended up with bronze on the beam.
It was also the highest score of her four floor performances over the past 10 days.
A 19 year old team became first women in 32 years as vault and floor exercise champion to win four golds at single Games.
The Soviet Union’s Larisa Latynina (Melbourne 1956), Hungary’s Agnes Keleti (Melbourne 1956), Czech Vera Caslavska (Mexico City 1968) and Romania’s Ecaterina Szabo (Los Angeles 1984) were the only other women to have four golds at single Games.