Freestyle halfpipe skier Brita Sigourney and the ice dancing duo of Maia and Alex Shibutani -- better known as the Shib Sibs -- delivered Team USA two more medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics during Monday night's primetime NBC broadcast. Sigourney took the bronze in the 12-skier final that was won by Canada's Cassie Sharpe.
Maddie Bowman, the gold medalist in the inaugural Olympic women's ski halfpipe event in Sochi in 2014, crashed out on all three runs of Monday night's halfpipe final and was visibly upset as NBC cameras focused on her. But it wasn't all bad for Team USA. Sigourney, a 28-year-old California native, secured third place with a 91.60 on her final run. Unfortunately, she knocked fellow USA teammate Annalisa Drew off the podium in the process, but the two did share a hug at the bottom of the hill following that final run.
Elsewhere, the Shibutani siblings turned in a magical performance in the final night of ice dancing to secure the bronze. So, two more medals for Team USA heading into Day 12 of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, with Lindsey Vonn set to ski for gold in the women's downhill. Here's where Team USA currently sits in the medal count:
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