Winter Olympics Sochi 2014

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Indiana Skier Nick Goepper Featured on Kellogg's Box

"It's something you dream about as a kid at the breakfast table"

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    Indiana's Nick Goepper (right) featured on a limited-edition Kellogg's box.

    Sweeping the podium in men's slopestyle skiing means Kellogg's cereal box billing for three U,S, athletes, including Indiana's Nick Goepper.

    Bronze-winner Goepper and fellow freeskiers Joss Christensen and Gus Kenworthy will be featured on special-edition boxes beginning Feb. 24.

    "This is a huge moment for Team USA," Goepper said. "To be featured on a Corn Flakes box with my teammates is just amazing – it's something you dream about as a kid at the breakfast table."

    Christensen soared to gold in the sport's Olympic debut, posting a score of 95.80 on Thursday.

    “It’s unbelievable," he told the TODAY Show. "Just our sport being in the Olympics is huge. That us three Americans were able to sweep the podium is just so awesome.”

    Goepper, the gold medal favorite from Lawrenceburg, Ind., dropped a 92.40 during his first finals run but couldn't top it in the second as the pressure mounted.

    He smacked his skis against the second rail feature, ending his chance of leapfrogging Christensen.

    Kenworthy was already planning to head back home with at least one of the stray dogs that call the streets of Sochi home. Now they'll have some company — a silver medal.

    He raised his arms over his head after his second finals run and busted out laughing when his score of 93.60 was revealed.