Norway wins gold in both the men’s and women’s events; the top American finishes just off the podium.
David Wise and Tristan Feinberg go 3-4 for the U.S. after athletes voted on whether to hold the contest due to gusting winds.
While the U.S. men fail to medal, the fourth-place finisher proves that there’s a brand-new competitor on the scene.
Another brother-sister duo gives U.S. its best results in Halfpipe, while last year's winner, Alex Ferreira, gets bumped off the podium.
The Americans were shut out of the medals, with the top U.S. finishers New Hampshire siblings Hunter and Grace Henderson.
World Cup points are on the line this week at Copper in Big Air and the season-opener of Halfpipe. These athletes are likely to go big.
Extreme skiing legend Kristen Ulmer is on a mission to teach us that fear is not to be conquered, but befriended.
Gusting winds led to sketchy conditions in the pipe, but the Americans persevered to add to Team USA's hardware collection.
The self-funded Tyler Wallasch hoped to be the first US Olympian in history to advance past opening heats.
Winning Halfpipe Gold, Eileen Gu Makes History As First Olympic Freeskier to Medal in Three Disciplines
The Calif.-born teen competing for her mother's native China crushed the competition, while Aspen's Hanna Faulhaber led the U.S. in sixth.
There's no shortage of talented ski racers in this country, so why don't we have ski cross contenders? Daron Rahlves has some thoughts.
Olympic veteran Nick Goepper lands his third medal in three Games, earning a second-place finish and a sense of self validation.
Surprise Upset in Women’s Slopestyle As U.S.-Born Eileen Gu Settles for Silver For Host Nation China
Top American contender Maggie Voisin lands in fifth place with a solid performance in her third Winter Olympics at age 23.
The 24-year-old Slopestyle specialist nabbed his first Big Air medal, while teammate Alex Hall attempted the competition's only 2160.
The 18-year-old U.S.-born skier had never even attempted a 1620 when she successfully landed one in competition on Tuesday.
Chinese-born prodigy Kai Owens, 17, misses the podium after an earlier crash left her with a tweaked shoulder and a shiner so swollen that she couldn’t see out of her left eye.
Blazing down the Secret Garden Olympic Moguls Course in 23.70 seconds, Sweden's Walter Wallberg scored 83.23 to win gold.