For the sixth consecutive year, the U.S. Women's team captured the gold medal at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championship.

The World Championships, which were held in Liverpool, are the final qualifier for the Olympics. The women's team's victory automatically qualifies them for the Paris Olympics in 2024.

A 15-minutes video of the event from NBC Sports can be seen here.

Jordan Chiles was one of the top competitors. She landed the second-highest overall score in the all-around, a 55.833. This was Chiles' first gold medal at the World Championships and her fourth time competing at this stage. Chiles was part of the silver-medal USA team at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Shilese Jones won a silver medal for her all-around performance with a total score of 55.399 points. After the U.S. team was crowned the gold medalists, Jones teased that the team will "hit something big" in 2024.

"This is just the beginning of everybody's comeback career," said Jones. "Just wait and see."

Jones' silver medal performance was followed by 2020 Olympic Gymnast Jade Carey, who pulled a bronze medal with a score of 55.132, placing her just behind Jones. Carey also earned the top spot for her performance on the vault, placing her above Chiles by less than one-tenth of a point.

Skye Blakley, 17, made her World Championship debut. She finished second on the balance beam despite a stumble off the bar, which kept her from finishing one of her routines.

The Olympic roster is expected to include Chiles, Jones, Blakely, Carey and Leanne Wong.