Biles began her career as a gymnast at the age of six. She started taking training program at Bannon's Gymnastix with coach Aimee Boorman.
Biles participated at American Classic in Houston on July 1, 2011, where she placed third all-around. At the time she scored first on vault and balance beam, fourth on floor exercise, and eighth on uneven bars. After that Ariane competed at Classic in Chicago where she gained the twentieth position all-around, fifth on balance beam and floor exercise.
Simone internationally played in March 2013, at American Cup a FIG World Cup event, where she was named for the replacement of Elizabeth Price and 2012 Olympic gold medalist, Kyla Ross. Later Biles couldn't continue the competition as she was an injury.
On August 7, 2016, Simone participated in the Women's Qualification Olympics. During the time she scored a 16.050 on the vault, a 15.000 on the uneven bars, a 15.633 on the balance beam, and a 15.733 on the floor exercise. Arianne won her first Olympic gold for best as a gymnast and as well as three more gold medals in her career.
Arianne is the winner of various awards and honors like ESPY Award for Female Athlete and also selected by Team USA to be the flag bearer in the closing ceremonies.
Arianne as Gymnast is also famous on social media like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. She 9.82K followers on Twitter and 3.5M million on Instagram and often posts pictures on her social networking profile.
Being a gymnast, Simone has participated in the various competition from which she has collected a big chunk of money. As of 2017, her estimated net worth is $2.6 million through which she finances her living and lives a lavish life.