Biles broke the record for most combined wins for both men and women, set by Alfred Jochim in 1933 with seven victories and equaled by Biles himself in 2021.
The accomplished gymnast thrilled crowds at the SAP Center in San Jose, California, with raised-floor moves, including a solid landing of her signature Biles I double-track half-twist acrobatic pass.
In his final game of the tournament, he got the ecstatic fans to their feet and scored 15,400 points to finish the match with 118,450.
Last year’s world all-around silver medalist Stone Jones was second, 3.9 points behind Biles.
Biles, 26, dominated Friday with a stunning version of Yurchenko’s double dip jump, scoring 9.8 points per execution and earning a whopping 15,700 points.
“I’ve been doing this for a long time, I don’t think about numbers,” Byers told NBC. “I only think about my performance and I think eight out of eight.”
“I think it’s a lucky number this year,” added Biles, who is the only athlete to score 15,000 or more twice in two days of competition.
For his part, Jones scored his only 15,000 mark on the uneven bars this Sunday.
Biles’ dramatic withdrawal from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic marked his second win after his comeback in two years.
Biles, a gymnastics great who was scheduled to defend his four Olympic titles won in Rio 2016, withdrew from most of the Tokyo 2020 Games due to mental health and physical safety concerns. He said he was the victim of a phenomenon known as “twisting,” which can cause gymnasts to lose their sense of direction in the air and risk serious falls and injuries.
The American, who won a silver medal in the team all-around event, returned to competition on the final day with a bronze medal on the balance beam.
In addition to the pressure of being a global sports icon, Biles has had some painful ups and downs in his professional and personal life.
As a child, little Simon stumbled upon gymnastics on a school excursion at the age of six, and her three brothers spent time in prison after their mother’s alcohol and drug problems had to be sent to an asylum.
Already an up-and-coming figure, Biles was one of dozens of elite gymnasts sexually abused by Team USA doctor Larry Nassar, who was sentenced to decades in prison for the crimes.
Now, she looks ready to compete again at the World Championships in Antwerp (Belgium) next month and the 2024 Olympics in Paris.