Leader of the Pack

Stunning Moments From Day 3 of the Winter Olympics

Snowboard - Winter Olympics Day 3

Matthias Hangst/Getty Images Leader of the Pack Laura Dahlmeier of Germany puts on a dominant performance in the women's biathlon 10km pursuit — finishing 29.4 seconds ahead of the competition to take her second gold of the Games. Light the Way Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Light the Way Latvia's Leide Priedulena gets in some 'light' skeleton training at the Olympic Sliding Center. Extra Baggage Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Extra Baggage Shoko Ono's smothering defense on Dominique Ruegg was not enough to prevent Japan's 3-1 loss to Switzerland. Triple Threat Jamie Squire/Getty Images Triple Threat The last time an American woman landed a triple axel in the Olympics? How about never. Mirai Nagasu changed all that with one powerful leap, landing the famous jump en route to a figure skating team bronze medal. The Right Stuff Ian MacNicol/Getty Images The Right Stuff Jamie Anderson fought through the dangerous cross-winds at Phoenix Snow Park to take home her second Olympic slope style gold medal. Parting Gift Jamie Squire/Getty Images Parting Gift Team Canada took home their first gold in Pyeongchang after a veteran group of skaters — five of whom will retire after the Games — delivered a dominant performance in their Olympic swan song. Windy City Adam Pretty/Getty Images Windy City Blustery winds wreaked havoc on the women's snowboarding slopestyle final, causing the majority of riders to fall on their runs. Pipe Dream Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Pipe Dream At 13, Chloe Kim was too young to go to the Sochi Games. At 17, she may just be too hard to beat. The American snowboard sensation qualified for the half pipe finals in near-flawless fashion. It's a Twister Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images It's a Twister No spin was needed in describing Adam Rippon's Olympic debut, helping USA to a team figure skating bronze medal.