The unstoppable Texan sensation topped the podium for a record 13th time at a World Championships on Friday.
Simone Biles made history by becoming the first gymnast to win 13 world titles in Doha on Friday.
The 21-year-old American claimed a record fourth all-round gold medal at the World Championships on Thursday.
Biles took centre stage yet again a day later, winning the vault title in Qatar.
The four-time Olympic champion's triumph moved her past the tally claimed by Vitaly Scherbo of Belarus.
Texan sensation Biles went on to add a silver in the uneven bars, ensuring she has claimed a medal in every event she has contested - team, individual all-around and on all four apparatuses - at World Championships.
To make Biles' achievements all the more impressive, she was hospitalised with a kidney stone less than 24 hours before competing in Qatar.