Simone Biles deserves more gold medals for this gravity-defying World Series backflip first pitch combo
Years from now, we'll all look back and consider ourselves lucky to be alive the same time as Simone Biles. She's an absolute legend and an all-time legend in gymnastics ... and she's just 22 years old!
The decorated Biles, who's won just about every award and medal possible in the gymnastics world, is also a Houston native, and this brought her back to Minute Maid Park on Wednesday as a special guest before Game 2 of the World Series between the Nats and Astros.
She rolled deep to the ballpark, too.
But if you thought Simone was here for just an ordinary, somewhat boring first pitch, well, you don't know her very well.
No, Biles took the opportunity to show everybody just what makes her an undisputed icon ... by defying gravity with an absurd flip before tossing the pitch:
Come on. This isn't real.
I'm sorry, a twisting backflip from a standing position? While wearing JEANS? I couldn't even do a regular backflip, let alone one like that. Just one of the many reasons I'm not a world-class Olympic gold medalist, and she is.
This wasn't the first time she busted a move like this before a first pitch in Houston, by the way.
You know, gravity's a thing. It tethers us to the earth and keeps us from just flipping around in the air like a leaf floating in the breeze.
But not Simone Biles, because she can do whatever she wants. We're truly not worthy.