America takes half the medals ... and all the credit?
Putting the "Olympic wave pool" rumors to rest ... for now.
"Rather than going there and shaking hands and feigning kindness, I'd rather let it be known that I don't agree with that."
The IOC and ISA have determined how 20 men and 20 women will become Olympic surfers.
Ledecka becomes first athlete to receive gold medals in both disciplines in the Winter Olympics.
And she finds out she's made it onto a box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes.
The New York Times finds out what tunes top snowboarders like to ride to.
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Teammate Alex Ferreira secures silver, and young Nico Porteous from New Zealand wins bronze.
American Maddie Bowman can't defend title, as teammate Brita Sigourney secures bronze.
Gus Kenworthy can't repeat podium performance while American Nick Goepper takes silver.
America's Maggie Voisin finishes just off the podium in 4th.
"I'd love to just give it my all and see what happens."
The 17-year-old will return to PyeongChang to compete in the Big Air event.
"A poor choice of words," White admitted on the Today Show.
With a score of 97.75, Shaun White won his third Olympic gold.
Robots aren't coming for skiers just yet.
Taking the top spot with a massive score of 98.50.
The ladies of halfpipe surely didn't disappoint.
The 20-year-old becomes the first surfer to represent Japan on the CT.
Back-to-back Olympic men's Slopestyle golds for the USA.