Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesGrand FinaleIn their last Olympic performance ever, Canadian ice dance darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir brought down the house, capturing the second gold medal of their celebrated 20 year career.
Matthias Hangst/Getty ImagesLa ChèvreIt means GOAT in french, and in this case it stands for "Greatest of all time." Biathlete Martin Fourcade fits the description, taking home his third Gold of the Games after leading France to victory in the mixed relay. The 29-year-old's five career gold medals make him the most successful French Olympian of all time.
Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty ImagesTears of JoyAlang Kim couldn't keep the tears from flowing after helping South Korea to their second straight Olympic gold in the short-track 3,000-meter relay — this time on their home ice.
Ezra Shaw/Getty ImagesEdge of TomorrowWith downhill training behind her, Lindsey Vonn is set to make her return to alpine skiing's premier event for the first time since she took gold in the Vancouver 2010 Games.
Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesStrong ShowingBuilding on their successful short dance the previous night, American brother-sister pair Maia and Alex Shibutani skated to bronze, becoming the first set of siblings to win an ice dance medal since France's Isabelle and Paul Duchesnay in 1992.
Al Bello/Getty ImagesThey Jammin'It’s been 30 years since Jamaica sent its first men’s bobsled team to the Olympics. Now it was the women’s turn to make history. Driving a new sled donated by Red Stripe, the team of Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian and Carrie Russell made their debut at the Olympic Sliding Center, finishing in 17th place.
David Ramos/Getty ImagesFreestyle of Her OwnAfter finding a loophole in the qualifying system to earn an Olympic bid, Hungary's Elizabeth Swaney became a hot topic in Pyeongchang after turning in a surprisingly ordinary, trick-less halfpipe performance.
Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty ImagesNo Luck, But All HeartFour years removed from missing out on a medal in Sochi, Great Britain’s Elise Christie will once again go home empty handed. Skating the 1000m on an injured ankle, the 27-year-old’s race ended in disqualification — a heart breaking result for the three-time World Champion.
Bruce Bennett/Getty ImagesPower PlayDown 3-0 to heavily-favored Finland, the host-nation refused to go quietly, roaring back to make it a one goal game in front of a raucous home crowd. Although ultimately losing 5-2, the spirited performance continued even after the final buzzer, as the team paraded the Korean flag across the ice to pay tribute to the fans.
Clive Rose/Getty ImagesAir CanadaComing in as the favorite to win the freestyle ski halfpipe, Canada’s Cassie Sharpe lived up to the hype and then some, dropping two stellar runs to grab her first-ever gold medal.