And now we continue our coverage of the Beijing Winter Olympics with Chinese snowboarder Su Yiming who has won gold in the men's big air event.
This is China's first top prize in Olympic snowboarding and the 17-year-old second medal at the Beijing Winter Games,
he also won silver in last week's slopestyle event.
I personally enjoy the experience of overcoming the difficulty that occurs unexpectedly through my own efforts.
I don't think there are any other spots that can give you such a sense of accomplishment.
China has so far won 6 gold medals, surpassing its record of 5 golds at Vancouver 2010.
A former child film star, Su decided to focus on snowboarding 7 years ago when Beijing won the bid for the 2022 Games.
He made history for China by taking gold at the World Cup in the U.S. in December.
Su's rise is a milestone for China where skiing and snowboarding is becoming more popular.
The country now has 803 ski resorts, that's 235 more compared to 2015.