Simone Biles made history once again at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships after sticking what will now be called the “Biles II,” a triple-twisting double tuck on floor. The 22-year-old landed one of her two new skills during qualification for the team event in Stuttgart, Germany, where she received a 14.833 for her floor routine despite stepping out of bounds. She already has one skill, dubbed the Biles, named after her on floor, a double layout with a half twist. While the Biles is a G-level skill worth seven-tenths of a point, the Biles II will be worth a J, or one whole point, according to Yahoo News. Biles hopes to leave Stuttgart with another skill named after her—a double-twisting double tuck dismount off the beam.