'Oh my gosh': Heart-stopping Simone Biles moment stuns Olympics

·Sports Reporter
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Simone Biles (pictured left) slips out of bounds during her floor routine at the Tokyo Olympics and Biles (pictured right) looking frustrated after the routine
Simone Biles (pictured right) slipped out of bounds during her floor routine at the Tokyo Olympics, but still managed to recover with the second best score. (Images: Twitter/Getty Images)

Simone Biles showed she is human after all after a rare slip in her first floor routine at the Tokyo Olympics, despite recovering to shock everyone with a remarkable score.

Biles came into the Olympics with the world hoping to see the greatest gymnast of all-time finish her career on a high.

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The four-time gold medalist took to the floor routine in Tokyo and was setting the arena alight.

But in a very rare moment, Biles slipped out of bounds after two tumbling passes.

The moment had fans around the world stunned, which shows the lofty standards the remarkable American has set.

However, Biles showed why she is the greatest after finishing her routine with aplomb and was rewarded with the second highest scores from the judges.

But the drama wasn't over.

Simone Biles makes second 'mistake' 

Only moments later, Biles stepped off the mat after a below-par vault.

Biles appeared to miss her spring when launching and lost her direction in the air.

The American showed a wry smile after the slip and shared a laugh with her coach.

However, once again, Biles produced a surreal effort in her second attempt.

Fans couldn't get over the remarkable effort from Biles after the rare mistakes.

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Biles is widely regarded as the the greatest gymnast ever having collected a remarkable four Olympic gold medals and 19 World Championship gold medals at the age of 24.

The 4'8 American superstar is preparing for one final run in Tokyo, which Biles penned in as her last Games before she retires from the rigorous sport.

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