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Olympic Moments: U.S. wins its first gold medal and more
Snowboarder Red Gerard wins the first U.S. gold medal of the 2018 Winter Olympics, speed skaters crash, and more from South Korea.
Ski jumper Andreas Wellinger of Germany participates in the men's normal hill individual final on day one of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at Alpensia Ski Jumping Center on Feb. 10, 2018, in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Wellinger won the gold medal.
Chris Mazdzer of the United States competes in the men's singles luge competition on Feb. 10. Mazdzer won the silver medal, the first U.S. men's singles luge medal ever.
David Gleirscher of Austria competes in the men's singles luge competition at the Olympic Sliding Center on Feb. 11. Gleirscher won the gold medal.
Silver medal winner Chris Mazdzer of the United States, gold medal winner David Gleirscher of Austria and bronze medal winner Johannes Ludwig of Germany celebrate after the luge men's singles competition on Feb. 11.
Perrine Laffont of France competes during the freestyle skiing women's moguls final at Phoenix Snow Park on Feb.11. Laffont, 19, delivered in the final round to capture gold.
Russia's Evgenia Medvedeva competes in the figure skating team event's women's single skating short program at the Gangneung Ice Arena on Feb. 11.
A devoted fan of K-pop, Medvedeva listened to boy-band Exo before her stunning short program gave her 81.06 points. The landings on her jumps were feather-light, and the spins were elegant.
Gold medalist Carlijn Achtereekte of the Netherlands smiles during the medal ceremony for the women's speed skating 3,000 meter event on Feb. 11.