Simone Biles

Simone Biles is still making history.

At the 2018 national championships in Boston this past weekend, Biles placed first on vault, on uneven bars, on balance beam, in floor exercise, and in the all-around – sweeping all five gold medals.

Biles, in the second meet of her comeback, won her record fifth U.S. all-around title making her the first woman ever to win five. USA Gymnastics started awarding all-around national champions in 1963.

At the age of 21, Biles is the first non-teen to win the U.S. women’s all-around since 1971. This is the first time a female gymnast has swept all of the gold medals at the national championships since Dominique Dawes did it in 1994.

“I knew I was capable of [scoring this well], but I kind of thought I was going to be a nervous wreck and maybe fall apart,” Biles told NBC Sports. “Going into these events, I know I kept telling my family like I don’t know if I’m going to be able to calm myself down the way I did before and handle the nerves, but so far, so good.”