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These Three Black Sports Queens Just Beat Everybody & Made HERstory!

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Simone Biles, Coco Gauff, and Brigid Kosgei are KILLING it and making HERstory. Get into their #BlackExcellence inside…

This was one winning, history breaking weekend for three black sports queens!

Gymnast Simone Biles, tennis star Coco Gauff, and long-distance runner Brigid Kosgei all made sports history over the weekend. Black Excellence was at an all-time high – snatching up medals, breaking world records and putting their mark on the world.

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Gymnast Simone Biles continues to amaze the world with her talents. She’s now GOAT status.

The Olympic champion backflipped her way to becoming the most decorated gymnast of ALL TIME. That’s male or female - chick is the greatest with the most medals in world championship history. She nabbed her 25th world championships medal in the floor exercise. And yes, it was GOLD!

Peep her winning performance below: 



Simone’s boyfriend Stacy Ervin Jr. is her biggest fan and it’s super sweet to watch:




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Tennis star Coco Gauff is only 15-years-old and she’s already a force to be reckoned with. After beating Venus Williams at Wimbledon, the young tennis player won her first title Sunday – becoming the youngest to do it in 15 years.

Before taking home the trophy, she lost in the qualifying round, but another player pulled out with an injury and she was back! She served all the way to the finals, defeating Jelena Ostapenko 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 and becoming the youngest WTA winner since 2004.

Coco's dad/coach was right by her side to talk her through the win:



Loves it!




And there’s more…

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Long distance runner Brigid Kosgei celebrated TWO history making feats. The Kenyan runner won the Chicago Marathon for the second consecutive year and she also broke the women’s world marathon record. Yassss! Sis ran 26.2 miles in 2 hours, 14 minutes and 4 seconds, which was 81 seconds faster than the previous record – held for16 years by Britain's Paula Radcliffe.



#BlackGirlMagic at its finest! Congrats ladies!

Photos: Getty/ Leonard Zhukovsky / Shutterstock.com

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