We start with freestyle skiing where Gu Ailing who won her second gold medal at the Beijing Winter Olympics after prevailing in the women's halfpipe final.
The home favorite was the front-runner throughout the halfpipe final, and easily tally the two best scores.
Gu enters the final on top of the qualification rounds.
After recording 93.25 points in run one, she has practically sealed the title before raising her difficulty level in the second attempt to a new high.
She shows her absolute dominance in the halfpipe by opening with successive 900s in run two.
The 18-year-old earns a higher total of 95.25 points, Canada's Cassie Sharpe has a performance of 90.75 points, the only skier who finishes with more than 90.
So with that spectacular second run, Gu has clinched the title and makes the third attempt to formality.
She then celebrates the second gold and third medal of her Olympic debut, Sharpe and follow Canadian Rachael Karker takes silver and bronze.
Gu's compatriots, Li Fanghui and Zhang Kexin finished fifth and seventh.
My biggest biggest biggest goal is one to have fun for myself, but also two to be able to break the boundaries of the boxes that people get put in.
So in terms of the extreme sports, it's a huge honor to be able to be the first free skier to the podium in three events as a woman
and also it makes me very hopeful about what the next generation will be able to accomplish.