Simone Biles will be seen competing in her finale gymnastics event at the Rio Olympic Games tonight.
According to a new report, the United States gymnast is favored to land at the top of the podium with her fellow teammate alongside her.
"After earning bronze on beam, Simone Biles will no longer be able to break the record for most gold medals won by a female gymnast in a single Olympics. But she can still tie the current record of four if she is her usual spectacular self on floor exercise," the NBC Olympics shared on their official website.
"She's the three-time world champion on floor, was the top qualifier into the floor final by almost half a point, and hasn't made any major or even minor errors on floor over the last week and has the Rio-themed routine to get the Olympic Arena roaring," the outlet continued.
As the report explained, Biles and her U.S. teammate Aly Raisman shared the podium days ago after competing in the All-Around competition and tonight, they are also expected to take the top two spots.
If Raisman lands on the podium tonight, her medal will be her sixth Olympic medal.
Don't miss the conclusion of the gymnastic events going on this afternoon, August 16, starting at 1 p.m.