Ski Jumping - Winter Olympics Day 10

20 Moments to Remember From the 2018 Winter Olympics

Shake and Bake Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Shake and Bake That collective thud you heard was all of America's jaws dropping on the floor after Jocelyne Lamoureux's ridiculous gold medal-winning goal against Canada. The Young and the Flawless Cameron Spencer/Getty Images The Young and the Flawless Red Gerard went from last place to a household name with a spectacular final run to win men's slopestyle gold. The 17-year-old snowboarder is the second-youngest American male to take gold behind bobsledder Billy Fiske in 1928. Chairman of the Board Clive Rose/Getty Images Chairman of the Board Chairman of the Board Needing a near-perfect score on his final attempt, USA snowboarder Shaun White delivered the run of his life -- riding to his third career Olympic gold. British Back-to-Back Clive Mason/Getty Images British Back-to-Back The last run was the finest for Lizzy Yarnold, blazing to her second consecutive skeleton gold — and becoming the first-ever British Winter Olympian to win back-to-back gold in any event. Teenager Drama Jamie Squire/Getty Images Teenager Drama Fifteen-year-old Alina Zagitova took figure skating gold after a brilliant free skate to edge her fellow Olympic athlete from Russia, 18-year-old Evgenia Medvedeva, and give OAR its first gold medal of the Games. Tears of Joy Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Tears of Joy Alang Kim couldn't keep the tears from flowing after helping South Korea to its second straight Olympic gold in the short-track 3,000-meter relay — this time on home ice. Third Time's a Charm Adam Pretty/Getty Images Third Time's a Charm After settling for silver in the 15km mass start biathlon in both 2010 and 2014, France’s Martin Fourcade finally took gold, narrowly edging Germany's Simon Schempp in a stunning photo finish. A Star is Born Cameron Spencer/Getty Images A Star is Born 17-year-old snowboarder Chloe Kim certainly lived up to the hype, soaring to stardom with a dominant halfpipe performance to take her first Olympic gold. Warp Speed Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Warp Speed Sven Kramer of the Netherlands raced to victory in the 5000m in Olympic-record time to earn his eighth career gold medal, becoming the most decorated men's speed skater in history. National Hero Richard Heathcote/Getty Images National Hero South Korean Yun Sung-Bin blazed to skeleton gold — the country's first-ever Winter Olympic sliding medal of any kind. Grand Finale Jamie Squire/Getty Images Grand Finale In the last Olympic performance of their 20 year career, Canadian ice dance darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir brought down the house, capturing their second gold medal. Welcome Back Tom Pennington/Getty Images Welcome Back Lindsey Vonn made her Olympic return, winning bronze in the downhill to earn her first medal since the 2010 Vancouver Games. Espírito Olímpico Matthias Hangst/Getty Images, Espírito Olímpico Mexican cross-country skier German Madrazo may have finished dead last, but the 43-year-old proved the Olympic spirit is alive and well. It's a Twister Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images It's a Twister No spin was needed in describing Adam Rippon's Olympic debut, as he helped USA to a team figure skating bronze medal. Double Duty Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images Double Duty A week after winning the alpine skiing super-g (pictured), the Czech Republic's Ester Ledecka took first place in parallel giant slalom snowboarding to become the first woman in Winter Olympic history to win gold in two separate sports at the same Games. It's a Wise World Cameron Spencer/Getty Images It's a Wise World After wiping out on his first two attempts, the 2014 Olympic ski halfpipe champion busted out a near-flawless third run of 97.20 to defend his title. The icing on the cake came when Wise's son waddled onto the podium. Yu the Man Harry How/Getty Images Yu the Man With his gold, Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu became the first man to defend an Olympic figure skating title since USA's Dick Button in 1948 and 1952. Golden Eye Matthias Hangst/Getty Images Golden Eye Johann Andre Forfang helped Norway to gold in the men’s team large hill ski jump — one of the 39 total medals won by the Winter Olympic powerhouse nation. American History X Lars Baron/Getty Images American History X Kikkan Randall and Jessie Diggins (pictured) sprinted to USA's first-ever cross-country skiing gold. Worth Its Wait in Gold Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Worth Its Wait in Gold She had to wait a few days for the winds to die down, but USA's Mikaela Shiffrin finally took to the slopes for the women's giant slalom and the 22-year-old phenom didn't disappoint, using a hard-charging second run to take the gold.