With the year we all had that seems to be a blur because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is seeing its regularly scheduled program. The Spelling Bee 2021 took place and there is a new winner. Zaila Avant-garde, 14-years-old from New Orleans, Louisiana, won the 2021 Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday, according to CNN. On top of that, Zaila made history because she became the first African American contestant to win in 93 editions of the competition. Before her, the only Black winner before was Jody-Anne Maxwell, who represented Jamaica back in 1998. So what was the final word for Zaila? It was murraya, which is a type of tree. But not only is Zaila shining from becoming a winner, but the girl shines even on the basketball court, impressing people. Oh wait, she has also set other records as well, including holding 3 Guinness World Records, including one for most basketballs dribbled simultaneously, where she can dribble 6 at a time. The girl definitely has skills and we are here to see it!