Simone Biles' vault has been given a record difficulty value by the gymnastics federation.
The vault is now worth 6.6 points, the highest difficulty value ever given to a women's vault.
Biles performed the vault at the 2018 World Championships, where she won her fourth all-around title.
The vault is a Yurchenko double pike, which involves a roundoff onto the springboard, a back handspring onto the vault, and two flips in a pike position.
Biles is known for pushing the boundaries of what is possible in gymnastics, and this achievement is just one example of her incredible talent.
The difficulty value of a gymnastics skill is determined by a panel of judges, who assess the skill based on its technical requirements and level of risk.
Biles' record-breaking vault is a testament to her skill and dedication to the sport of gymnastics.