The story surrounding Cypress Mountain seemed to be the weather, but the action ended up being quite profitable for the U.S. and it's northern neighbor. From the snowboarding and freestyle skiing courses, we name the top five moments.
Miss Shaun White's epic run through the pipe? Want to see him behind the scenes? Didn't catch the red-headed superstar at the Opening Ceremony? We've got it all in one place -- videos, photos, and stories about Shaun White from Vancouver.
Australia's Torah Bright took over the top of the Olympic podium on Day 7, defeating the past two champions: Americans Hannah Teter (silver) and Kelly Clark (bronze). And to Bright's surprise, her parents were in the stands to watch it all.
As he did en route to gold in 2006, Seth Wescott of the U.S. made a late pass to win the men's snowboard cross on Day 4, edging Canada's Mike Robertson at the end. The 33-year-old is the first U.S. snowboarder to repeat as Olympic champion.
Jasey Jay Anderson's victory in men's PGS on Day 16 continued a late gold rush for Canada and added a long-missing Olympic title to a career in which he had accomplished virtually everything else. Austria's Benjamin Karl took silver.
Occasionally you come across someone who seems to have everything figured out. Seth Wescott is one of those people.
Shaun White didn't have to even try the Double McTwist 12. He already had gold. But history is not for the timid.
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Life isn't always a fairy tale. For the second Olympics, American Lindsey Jacobellis can attest to as much.