Simone Biles wins bronze ingymnastics after three gold medals in a row

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Simone Biles missed out on a fourth gold at the Rio Olympics, winning bronze on the beam as the Netherlands’ Sanne Wevers took gold.

American Biles, 19, slipped and put her hands on the beam during her routine.

Wevers, 24, became the first Dutch woman to win an Olympic gymnastics medal, while 16-year-old American Laurie Hernandez took silver.

Biles, who has won all-around, vault and team gold at Rio 2016, competes in the floor final on Tuesday.

Wever won with a score of 15.466, with Hernandez awarded 15.333 and Biles 14.733.

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