Canadian ice dancing team Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir bounced back from taking silver in Sochi in 2014 and earned a gold medal in the ice dancing. In doing so, they became the most decorated figure skaters of all time with a total of three Olympic gold medals (tied with Sweden's Gillis Grafström, Norway's Sonja Henie and the USSR's Irina Rodnina).
The U.S. figure skating team took home the bronze medal in the team competition, thanks in part to a stunning performance from Mirai Nagasu, who became the first American woman -- and just third overall -- to land a triple axel at the Olympics.
Team USA won its first-ever medal in the men's singles luge competition, when Chris Mazdzer took home the silver. Mazdzer had pulled himself up from fourth place after telling fans on Twitter, "I just squeezed through day one of the Olympics and am sitting in 4th place only .001 out of third. Time to rest up and get right back at it tomorrow!!!"
Yun Sung-Bin of South Korea set a track record in his final run and gave the home country its second gold medal of the 2018 Winter Games.
Sven Kramer of the Netherlands took home gold in the men's 5000m speed skating for the third time.
In a show of solidarity, Olympic teams from North Korea and South Korea entered as one and marched under the Korean Unification Flag during the Parade of Athletes at the Opening Ceremony of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at PyeongChang Olympic Stadium on Feb. 9.
Despite falling and breaking both his poles, Simen Hegstad Krueger of Norway still came away with gold in the men's skiathlon cross-country skiing.
Representing Team USA, the "Shib Sibs" came in third in ice dancing, behind France's Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron, who took silver, and Canada's Virtue/Moir, who took gold.
Snowboarder Red Gerard, the only American qualified to compete in the men's slopestyle, bounced back and completed his third and final run with such precision that it won him the nation's first medal -- gold, of course -- of 2018.
After a disastrous short program, American figure skater Nathan Chen won the free skate and placed fifth overall. Along the way, the became the first man to attempt six quads and land five cleanly.
Mikael Kingsbury of Canada won the freestyle skiing men's moguls on the third day of the 2018 Winter Games.
Germany's Simon Schempp and France's Martin Fourcade crossed the finish line in sync during the men's 15km mass start biathlon event.
Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold became the first woman to defend her gold medal in the women's skeleton on Day 8.
Figure skating and ice dancing had American viewers glued to their TVs during primetime every night, and one of the most enjoyable parts of the program was Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir's colorful commentary for NBC Sports. Now if only Adam Rippon could join them...
Snowboarder Jamie Anderson fought off harsh winds to take home her second gold medal in the women's slopestyle event, finishing with a victory lap since her first run secured her the top spot.
Canada's Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz and Germany's Francesco Friedrich and Thorsten Margis all took home medals after the two-man bobsleigh, which ended in a tie.
Mexico's German Madrazo came in dead last during the men's 15-kim individual race, finishing more than 25 minutes behind the second-to-last finisher. But he was nevertheless met with a cheering squad of athletes from competing countries -- including Tongan heartthrob Pita Taufatofua, who marched shirtless in the Opening Ceremony-- as he (finally) crossed the finish line.
Shaun White came from behind in spectacular, jaw-dropping fashion to take home his third gold medal in the men's halfpipe. It was the end of a hard-fought road to redemption for White, who failed to medal in Sochi after back-to-back golds in 2006 and 2010. White's win was also historic on two fronts: it marked the United States' 100th gold medal overall at the Winter Games, and it made White the first American man to win three golds in a single event at the Winter Olympics. It wasn't all good for White at the Olympics though, as he brushed off questions about the sexual harassment allegations against him outlined in a 2016 lawsuit.
Ester Ledecka of Czech Republic, who's never finished higher than 19th in a World Cup super-G, shocked viewers -- and herself -- by taking home gold during the alpine skiing women's Super-G.
Seventeen-year-old American snowboarder Chloe Kim, who qualified for Sochi but was too young to compete, absolutely lived up to the hype.
German figure skater Aljona Savchenko finally took home the gold medal that has eluded her in her fifth Olympics appearance with her pairs partner, Bruno Massot, who was making his Olympic debut. They received the highest score under the IJS ever during the free skate, 159.31 points, which gave them a total score of 235.90 points.
Aksel Lund Svindal took home the gold in men's downhill at 35, becoming the oldest man to do so. He previously placed fourth in the event at Sochi.
Sure, he didn't take home a medal, but American figure skater Adam Rippon became the hero we didn't know we needed in his Olympic debut, refusing to let political distractions get in the way of his gorgeous routines on the ice (and calling out Vice President Mike Pence for his homophobia in the process).
The U.S. women's hockey team beat Canada to win the gold medal on Feb. 22, 38 years to the day after the Miracle on Ice.
The United States added to its gold medal count at the cross country ladies' team sprint free final on Day 12.
In what will likely be her last Olympics appearance, American skier Lindsey Vonn won bronze in her final downhill race.
U.S. skier David Wise successfully defended his gold medal in the freestyle halfpipe, despite wiping out on his first two runs and having his skis fall off.
In a controversial ruling, Russia's Alina Zagitova defeated her compatriot Evgenia Medvedeva in women's single skating free skating.