Congrats are in order for Simone Biles! The four-time Olympic gold medalist returned to gymnastics with a competition at the Core Hydration Classic. Biles won the all-around, balance beam, and floor titles and had the highest score on vault.

This all comes after the athlete took a two-year hiatus from the sport.

The Triumphant Return Of Simone Biles

Biles took to Instagram to share a few words about her win, fresh off of her return to the sport.

“Tears of joy as I make this comeback, surrounded by the love you’ve shown! thank you for believing in me,” Biles wrote in the caption of a photo of her celebrating her feat.

Biles finished five points ahead of silver medalist Leanne Wong with an all-around score of 59.1. She began on bars and made a slight error on a pirouette, but then pushed through at her highest capacity for the remainder of the meet. She even took to Twitter to share a few words.

“Happy to be back out on the floor,” she said in the tweet. “This journey has been a rollercoaster of emotions. Thank you for believing in me.”

After the meet, Biles spoke to ESPN about her return to gymnastics. She was very proud of her performance over the weekend and is excited to see what the future holds for her in this new chapter of her life.

“I think the night went really well,” Biles told the outlet. “Everything has fallen into place. I feel really good about where I am right now, mentally and physically. There are some things to work on in my routines, but for the first meet back, I would say it went pretty well. I’m very shocked and surprised.”

During her absence from the sport, Biles took time to work on her mental health as well as enjoy life. In April, she wed NFL player, Johnathan Owens. The two married in a courthouse ceremony first. A month later, the couple held a larger event in Cabo San Lucas that included family and friends.