Speed Skating - Winter Olympics Day 2

Stunning Moments From Day 2 of the Winter Olympics

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 becomes the second-youngest American male to take gold, behind bobsledder Billy Fiske in 1928. Keep It Together! Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Keep It Together! Yura Min did just that after a wardrobe malfunction, just five seconds into her Olympic debut, almost revealed a little too much. With the help of partner Alexander Gamelin, the Korean figure skater kept calm and carried on, finishing the short program without stopping. Bumps in the Night Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Bumps in the Night The weather may be frightful, but it's still lit at the Phoenix Snow Park for the women's moguls final. Foreign Relations Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Foreign Relations Finland's Rosa Lindstedt and USA's Monique Lamoureux-Morando get acquainted in a 3-1 American victory. Warp Speed Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Warp Speed Here's what dominance looks like. Sven Kramer races to his eighth gold medal in Olympic-record time to become the most decorated men's speed skater in history. Consolation Prize Adam Pretty/Getty Images Consolation Prize Two-time defending Olympic champion Felix Loch faltered on his final run, ruining his chance at a medal. What he did earn was a hug from father and coach. Middle Man Richard Heathcote/Getty Images Middle Man Norway's Magnus Nedregotten and Kristin Skaslien (not pictured) slid past China in their curling mixed doubles tie-breaker. Mr. Popular Ker Robertson/Getty Images Mr. Popular American freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy was the center of attention during a media session at the press center.