Freestyle Skiing - Winter Olympics Day 9

Stunning Moments From Day 9 of the Winter Olympics

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 the 2010 Vancouver and 2014 Sochi Games, France’s Martin Fourcade finally got his gold, narrowly edging Germany's Simon Schempp in a stunning photo finish. Straight and Narrow Clive Mason/Getty Images Straight and Narrow Oleksander Abramenko won the men’s aerials…barely. The Ukrainian edged China's Jia Zongyang for gold by a minuscule 0.46 points. Crash Course Matthias Hangst/Getty Images Crash Course Yongpyon Alpine Center saw its share of wild wipeouts during the men's giant slalom. Squad, Goal Jamie Squire/Getty Images Squad, Goal The German men's hockey team needed a shootout to get its first victory of the tournament, edging Norway 2-1. Pants Party Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Pants Party Norway curlers get coordinated on strategy during their round robin session with Denmark. Twice as Nice Christophe Pallot/Agence Zoom/Getty Images Twice as Nice Days after winning the alpine combined for his first-ever Olympic gold, Austria's Marcel Hirscher did it again, this time winning the giant slalom by 1.27 seconds — the race's biggest margin of victory in 50 years. Win One for the Goepper Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Win One for the Goepper USA’s Nick Goepper, the 2014 bronze medalist, delivered a stellar third and final run to secure slopestyle silver. Home Invasion Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Home Invasion Nao Kodaira (right) consoles South Korea's Lee Sang-hwa after denying her a third straight 500m speed skating gold. The Japanese 31-year-old even broke Lee's Olympic record, finishing in a blazing 36.94 seconds. Losing Effort Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Losing Effort The Korean women's hockey team may have lost their fourth straight game, but goalkeeper Shin So-jung held Switzerland to just two goals, finishing with an astonishing 51 saves. Tunnel Vision Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images Tunnel Vision Patricia Mangan flies out of the starting gate for a downhill training run at Jeongseon Alpine Center.