Chloe Kim wasted no time showing off why she is the reigning gold medalist as she blew the competition away with her first run of the final halfpipe event - securing her spot at the top of the podium and women's halfpipe history.
With a score of 94, the 21-year-old star topped the charts with an absolutely incredible first run following what she called "the worst practice" of her life. She was seen crying with excitement and relief following the epic performance.
No competitors were able to top her score and Kim secured the gold medal, becoming the first to earn both multiple and consecutive golds in women's halfpipe. Kim won gold at the 2018 Games in the halfpipe when she was just 17 years old.
Watch her jaw-dropping first run above and below:
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Kim was the last of the 12 competitors to hit the course after coming in first during the qualifying rounds Tuesday. Kim was the only American to enter the final event.
Each athlete had three runs to score the maximum points possible, meaning a competitor needed to beat her 94 score to secure gold.