Simone Biles is ending her partnership with Nike to team up with Athleta, Gap’s brand of sports clothing for athletic women. The duration and financial terms of the agreement have not been disclosed. The five-time U.S. Olympic gold medalist signed with Nike in 2016, after turning professional. Gap will work with the gymnast to develop her own line of signature active and athleisure clothing. Furthermore, as part of the deal, Athleta will back a post-Olympic exhibition tour, the New York Times reports. Biles, who is 24 years old, is the most decorated female gymnast in history. She owns the most world championships gold medals of any female gymnast (10), as well as the highest number of world medals in U.S. history (14), among other records. Prior to Biles, Athleta signed up Allyson Felix, the U.S. track and field sprinter and Biles’ fellow Olympic gold medalist, in 2019. Felix also left Nike for Athleta, becoming at the time the first athlete to sign an endorsement deal with Gap’s sportswear brand. Created in 1998 and bought by The Gap ten years later, Athleta sells its products mostly online and through a network of 190 stores in the U.S. It moved into Canada, the home market of Lululemon, with a web store and two physical shops a few days ago. It aims to generate sales of $2 billion by 2023, concentrating on North America. Athleta became a certified B Corp. in 2018. Today’s 70 percent of its products are made with sustainable materials.