The lesion of the distal tendon of the biceps brachii is a lesion reported in the literature as causing significant dysfunction in the affected upper limb with the disappearance of flexion and active supination. It is an uncommon condition, but it appears as a work-related injury and in judo, wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling athletes, and pulse competitions. It is a disabling injury for patients who wish to remain active. Surgical repair is reported with frequent complications, such as neurological injuries and radioulnar synostosis, or entrapment of the median nerve during repair. Repairs of distal biceps rupture by our surgical method represent a simple option to treat this problem.