Despite two uncharacteristic falls on the vault and balance beam and dealing with kidney stone pain, Simone Biles made history at the 2018 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Doha, Qatar.

According to reports, the 21-year-old won the all-around title by a nearly two-point margin, her largest margin of victory during this particular event. This is the fourth time Biles has won the all-around at Worlds, making her the first female gymnast in history to do so.

However, she’s not too pleased with her performance this time around. As mentioned above, two falls during the competition and going out of bounds during a floor exercise tumbling pass didn’t make the Olympic champion a happy camper. “It’s not the gymnast that I am, to go out there and kind of bomb a meet like this,” Biles told the Associated Press of her self-proclaimed less-than-stellar meet. “Even though I won, I wish it were a little bit different.”