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Stunning Moments From Day 7 of the Winter Olympics

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. Ring-Spun Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Ring-Spun The iconic Olympic logo gets an added element during Korean figure skater Junhwan Cha's short program at Gangneung Ice Arena. Nice Duds Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Nice Duds Norway stands atop the total medal count — and the fashion trends, thanks to their men's curling team. National Hero Richard Heathcote/Getty Images National Hero South Korean Yun Sung-Bin speeds to skeleton gold — the country's first-ever Winter Olympic sliding medal of any kind. Solemn Course Dan Istitene/Getty Images Solemn Course Nobody’s perfect (quiet, Usain Bolt), as Mikaela Shiffrin can attest to. The day after winning her fist gold of the Games, the American phenom placed fourth in the slalom. Anything But ‘Routine’ Harry How/Getty Images Anything But ‘Routine’ Fan-favorite Adam Rippon of the USA skated with passion and precision in the men’s single skate short program.

Alpine Skiing - Winter Olympics Day 7Christophe Pallot/Agence Zoom/Getty ImagesHow Swede It Is!Skiing in her third Winter Games, 32-year old Frida Hansdotter raced to slalom gold — dethroning defending champion Mikaela Shiffrin to claim her first-ever Olympic medal.

Figure Skating - Winter Olympics Day 7Maddie Meyer/Getty ImagesCleanup in Aisle PoohThe ice was littered with Winnie the Pooh stuffed animals by fans of Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu after the 23-year-old delivered an Olympic record-breaking score of 111.68 in the short program.

Snowboard - Winter Olympics Day 7David Ramos/Getty ImagesQuite a BunchThe women's snowboard cross final was full of suspense to the very end, eventually won by Michela Moioli (in green) of Italy.