Week 1 of the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang was filled with history making and record breaking performances.
Mirai Nagasu became the first American woman to land a triple axel at the Olympics, while 17-year-old Vincent Zhou was the first figure skater to land a quad lutz. Nathan Chen also made history, tallying the highest-ever technical score in Olympic competition.
Chris Mazdzer won the first ever United States single luges medal and Norway’s Aksel Lund Svinda was the oldest person ever to capture a skiing gold medal. Red Gerard also became the first-ever Winter Games gold medalist to be born in the 2000s.
On the ice, Team USA's Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson found the back of the net twice in six seconds against the Olympic Athletes from Russia, setting the record for shortest time between goals scored by any player in Olympic history.
Check out all the history making and record breaking performances from Week 1 of the 2018 Games in the video above.
- PyeongChang Week 1: History making and record breaking performances
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- Australian figure skating pair makes history in PyeongChang
- Maia, Alex Shibutani make history of their own in PyeongChang
- Laura Dahlmeier chasing Olympic history in PyeongChang
- What you missed last night in PyeongChang: Mirai Nagasu, Jamie Anderson, Chris Mazdzer make history
- Casey Larson goes down in the history books in PyeongChang
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