It's a nation made up of only 5.2 million people, but as far as the Winter Olympics goes Norway is on top of the world. In the last two weeks, athletes from around the world have achieved incredible feats and firsts in 102 events across 15 different sports.
Canadian snowboarder Sebastien Toutant has soared to gold in the Olympic debut of men's Big Air.
Reuters/Kim Kyung HoonThe U.S. delegation of athletes parades their flag at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics at the Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium in South Korea. Her speed going into jumps is unparalleled. You've already done your triple Axel.
Nagasu nailed the move just 21 seconds into her almost flawless routine, scoring 137.53-her personal best and the second highest of the ladies free skate.
Brothers Bryan and Taylor Fletcher represented Team USA in the Nordic combined large hill team 4 x 5Km event. Even more impressive? She did so while tweeting about ice cream, breakfast sandwiches, and hanger, which was probably (read: definitely) a world first as well. But it was Fleming's dazzling performance in the French Alps that truly started an era of American domination, when the stars and stripes would fly for at least one medalist in every games through Sasha Cohen's silver medal in Italy in 2006.
But this wasn't Kim's first history-making feat. They were short-circuited for gold by poor performances in the men's short program and the ice dance.
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Meanwhile, U.S. alpine skier Lindsey Vonn won the bronze medal in the women's downhill on Wednesday. She's the second-youngest person to ever win this event.
Toutant scored a 174.25 in the final to give Team Canada its 11th gold of the Pyeongchang Games.
Under that same "stretch" scenario across all sports, the document said the US could win 59 medals, which would've shattered its 37 medal haul in 2010, the all-time mark for any Winter team.
Now, the world must brace itself for what Norway might do at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Meyers Taylor and Gibbs finished just 0.07 seconds behind Germany's Mariana Jamanka and Lisa Buckwitz.
With 12 medals to their credit, the US women need just one more medal to tie their record of 13 medals set four years ago in Sochi.
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In addition to the women's curling wrapping up on Saturday, there will be medals awarded in four-man bobsled and men's hockey.
In fact, Russian Federation and Japan have combined to win the last 15 women's medals over the last five junior world championships, which traditionally serve as a coming-out party for Olympic hopefuls.
The U.S. women's hockey team hopes their dramatic victory can inspire future generations, similar to the U.S. soccer team's World Cup win in 1999 or even the women's hockey team's win in Nagano, Japan.
American freestyle skier David Wise defended his 2014 gold medal win in the men's halfpipe as he and Team USA teammate Alex Ferreira placed first and second in the event, adding two more medals to the United States' total.
USA's Jessica Diggins (L) and USA's Kikkan Randall celebrate winning gold in the women's cross country team sprint free final at the Alpensia cross country ski centre.
It was redemption for the Americans, who had previously lost to Canada earlier in the Olympics.
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A Canadian athlete, his wife and a coach have been charged by South Korean police for stealing a vehicle in Pyeongchang. The manager has been charged with drunken driving, the official said.
The 2018 Winter Olympics closing ceremony will begin this Sunday, February 25, at 6 A.M. E.T. (8 P.M. Korean Standard Time). It will also air the race sometime during the day on its TV broadcast.