Simone Biles had a chance to accomplish a feat that was unimaginable in Rio -- win five gold medals in women's gymnastics. No woman had ever even won three medals, much less five, in the same Games.

But that dream came crashing down when she slipped on the balance beam during her routine on Monday, leading to a 14.733 score in the competition, leading to a bronze medal showing.

The 19-year-old led for the moment, but was quickly pushed down the leaderboard by the Netherlands' Sanne Wevers, who scored 15.466.

Wevers is the first Dutch women to win gold in women's gymnastics.

Fellow American Laurie Hernandez earned silver with a 15.333 score.

Biles won golds in the women's team all-around, individual all-around and vault competitions.

Biles will go for her fourth gold with one final contest on Tuesday when she competes in the floor exercise at 1:47 p.m. ET.