The 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics might be over, but we couldn't resist a look back at some of our favourite moments of the games...
Billy Morgan wins record 5th medal for Team GB
The snowboarder landed the bronze medal in the Big Air competition, taking Britain's medal tally to a record five, after winning four in the 2014 Sochi games.
???????? IT'S BIG AIR BRONZE FOR BILLY MORGAN! ????????— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) February 24, 2018
That's GB's fifth medal at #Pyeongchang2018 making it their most successful Winter Olympics in history.
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Izzy Atkin wins first skiing Olympic medal for Britain
The 19-year-old finished 3rd in the freestyle competition, becoming the first British skier to win an Olympic medal since Alain Baxter in 2002, who was later stripped of his bronze medal after failing a drugs test.
Records were broken left, right and centre last Saturday.#IzzyAtkin became the first British women to win a medal on ???? ever!!!— Team GB (@TeamGB) February 25, 2018
Her bronze medal kicked off a monumental day for #TeamGB #WeAreTheGreat ???????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/uGZ1VZLU1c
Lizzy Yarnold becomes first GB Winter Olympian to retain title
Skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold followed on from her gold in Sochi to win another gold in PyeongChang, and achieved her goal of becoming the first GB winter Olympics athlete to retain their title. Her teammate Laura Deas nabbed the bronze.
Here @HeathrowAirport waiting for @TeamGB with my 2 buddies, Sochi G & PC G....mental note, must think of better names... pic.twitter.com/yZ1PcxqSsY— Lizzy Yarnold (@TheYarnold) February 26, 2018
Ester Ledecka wins double gold in skiing and snowboarding
The Czech athlete raised a few eyebrows when she chose to compete in both skiing and snowboarding events, but she ended up making history by bagging gold medals in the Super-G ski and the parallel giant slalom less than a week later.
Diggins and Randal win gold for the USA in cross-country
Jessie Diggins and Kikkan Randall overtook Sweden and Norway to win the top prize in cross-country (no American woman has ever won a medal in the competition before).
Chloe Kim becomes youngest snowboarder to win Olympic gold
The American-Korean athlete became the youngest snowboarder ever to win gold at the Olympics at just 17-years-old.
I hate crying but I'll give myself a pass for this one. Thank you everyone for the love! Stoked to bring home the gold pic.twitter.com/vxApf1lxbI— Chloe Kim (@chloekimsnow) February 13, 2018
South Korea's 'Garlic Girls' win silver in curling
Named after one of the main exports of their hometown, the South Korean curling team won the hearts and minds of people around the world, after making it to the final against the Swedish team.
These 'Garlic Girls' from South Korea are dominating Olympic curling pic.twitter.com/XnH1LvLJzr— NowThis (@nowthisnews) February 21, 2018
Marit Bjoergen becomes most successful Winter Olympian of all time
The cross-country skier had already become the most successful winter Olympian ever when she won bronze in the team sprint free, but she also managed to win the final gold medal of the games in the women's cross-country 30km mass start, which brings her total Olympic medal tally to 15.
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From Salt Lake City 2002 to #PyeongChang2018, Marit Bjoergen is the most decorated Winter Olympian ever! #NOR #CrossCountrySkiing #Olympics pic.twitter.com/99haTZFZki
Mirai Nagasu successfully lands triple axel
The US athlete successfully landed the tricky jump, which has only been managed by two other female athletes in Olympic competition – Japan's Midori Ito (1992) and Mao Asada (2010 and 2014).
Virtue and Moir win 5th Olympic medal
In their last Olympics, the Canadian ice skating duo dazzled audiences and judges to win gold, making them the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history.
Remember when record breakers Virtue and Moir stunned us all with this performance?— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) February 25, 2018
What has been your highlight of the Winter Olympics?
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Just four years to wait until Beijing 2022...
Posted on Tuesday 27 Feb 2018