Canadian forward Sidney Crosby jubilates after scoring the winning goal in the men’s gold medal hockey match between USA and Canada in 2010.
Tara Lipinski of the US exults after hearing her results in the free program of the Olympic women’s figure skating competition, winning gold in 1998.
Shani Davis of United States celebrates winning gold in the men’s speedskating 1,000m finals in 2010.
Dan Jansen winning the Men’s 1000m race for the US in 1994, then taking his daughter for a celebratory victory lap.
French skiers Jean-Claude Killy (left) and Guy Perillat (right) win gold and silver medals, respectively, in the men’s downhill skiing event in 1968.
Apolo Anton Ohno of the US winning gold medal in 1500-meter short-track finals in 2002.
France’s Jason Lamy Chappuis reacts after crossing the finish line during the men’s Nordic combined individual 10km at the Winter Olympics in 2010.
Shaun White rejoices after winning gold in men’s snowboard halfpipe finals at 2006 games.
American Lindsey Vonn victoriously collapses after winning woman’s downhill final gold at 2010 Winter Olympics.
Norway’s Tora Berger reacts after winning gold at the women’s biathlon 15km individual at 2010 Winter Olympics.
Stefania Belmondo of Italy exults after winning women’s 15km mass start cross-country skiing race in 2002.
Claudia Pechstein of Germany winning gold at the women’s 3000m speedskating event in 2002.
Canada’s Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir react after winning gold in the 2010 Winter Olympics ice dance figure skating free program.
Kamil Stoch of Poland celebrates winning gold after his jump in the men’s normal hill individual final at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Vonetta Flowers and Jill Bakken winning gold for two-woman bobsleigh in 2002, making Flowers the first black American to win gold in any sport at the Winter Olympics.
Dominik Hasek of the Czech Republic throws his gear after the men’s hockey team wins gold in the 1998 Winter Olympics.
Finland’s Kaija Mustonen winning gold in the women’s 1500m speedskating event in 1968.
America’s Jim Shea celebrates his gold medal for the men’s skeleton event at the 2002 Winter Games.
Team USA’s Steven Holcomb, Justin Olsen, Curtis Tomasevicz, and Steve Mesler victorious after winning Four-Man Bobsled event in 2010.
Britain’s Amy Williams winning gold in the women’s skeleton final at the 2010 Olympic Games.
Had Xiaopeng from China hoists his colors after taking gold in the 2006 freestyle skiing men’s aerials finals, becoming China’s first male gold medalist at the Winter Olympics.
Tatjana Huefner of Germany celebrates after winning the women’s luge singles final at the 2010 Olympic Games.
Poland’s Justyna Kowalczyk crosses the finish line first in the women’s cross country skiing 30km mass start classic at the 2010 Olympic Games.
Ukraine’s Oksana Baiul is flooded with tears after winning gold in 1994 ladies figure skating singles event.
Italian skier Alberto Tomba smiles after his victory in the men’s slalom in the 1988 Olympic Games.
Canada’s Charles Hamelin celebrates after skating in the men’s 5,000-meter relay short-track finals during the 2010 Winter Olympics.
America’s Sarah Hughes reacts at the end of her women’s free program of the figure skating event at the 2002 Olympics.
Larissa Lazutina winning both the 10km (left) and the 4 × 5km (right) events for cross-country skiing at the 1998 Winter Olympics.
Canadian sisters Chloe (left) and Justine (right) Dufour-Lapointe take home silver and gold, respectively, in the women’s freestyle skiing moguls event at the Winter Olympics in 2014.
Simon Ammann of Switzerland celebrates after winning gold in the ski jumping normal hill individual event in 2010.
Germany’s Patric-Fritz Leitner (left) and Alexander Resch (right) celebrate after winning the men’s double luge event at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
Germany’s Felix Loch celebrates his win in the men’s luge final at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Team USA celebrates their 4-3 victory over the Soviet Union in the semi-final men’s ice hockey event at the Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid, 1980.
Katerina Neumannova of Czech Republic is greeted by her 2-year-old daughter after crossing the finish line and winning the ladies’ 30km free at the 2006 Olympics.