A multitalented Dutch male Olympic gymnast has added his voice — in song — to the chorus of journalists, analysts and fans paying tribute to Simone Biles’ history-making performance at the recent World Gymnastics Championships.

Bart Deurloo, a 11-year veteran of the Dutch national team who competed along with Biles at the recent world championships in Stuttgart, offered his own ode to Biles by performing Three Doors Down’s “Be Like That” on live Dutch TV on Monday.

Accompanying himself on guitar, Deurloo, 28, soulfully sang its refrain, “If I could be like that/Well I would give anything/Just to live one day/In those shoes,” against a video montage of Biles’ most spectacular moments at worlds, where she set a record for the most world championship medals by any gymnast, male or female, by extending the longtime mark of Belarusan Vitaly Scherbo to 25.

Along the way, the 22-year-old Biles, who will seek to defend her Olympic all-around title at the 2020 Tokyo Games, led the U.S. women to a fifth consecutive world team gold medal and won four additional individual golds, including her fifth world all-around title.

In a telephone interview Tuesday, Deurloo, who qualified in Stuttgart for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics individual all-around event, explained what moved him to sing about Biles on Ziggo TV’s “Peptalk” program.

“When I was younger, I always looked up to older gymnasts. We didn’t have social media back in those days, but we always heard the name Vitaly Scherbo, who was a big legend and still is,” explained Deurloo, a 2017 world bronze medalist on the horizontal bar. “I think that Simone is also a legend. She is the new legend that we will talk about for centuries, probably. I think she is just a really inspiring source to all gymnasts and to kids, like when I was younger.”

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