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The international gymnastics championships will be held from October 3-8 in Antwerp, Belgium, with Simone Biles leading the American team.
The U.S. women's team, already the most successful in World Championship history, will compete for a seventh consecutive title on October 4.
That would shatter the joint record held by the Chinese men and American women from 2003 to 2014.
She currently holds the record for most medals won at a single World Championships with 25 medals, including 19 golds.
Biles will make history as the first American gymnast to compete in six World Championships and the oldest American woman to compete in Worlds in more than half a century.
When she returned to the United States in August, she had one of the top three all-around scores in the world for this Olympic cycle, per Gymternet.
Brazilian Rebeca Andrade, American Shilese Jones, and British Jessica Gadirova, making her the clear favorite.
Asher Hong, the current national all-around champion, will try to lead the United States men's team to its first medal at the world.
The Japanese squad is led by Daiki Hashimoto, the defending Olympic and world all-around champion.