Sports·Posted on Feb 9, 2014Team USA Sweeps Gold In Snowboard Slopestyle DebutU-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A!by Logan RhoadesBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Javier Soriano / Getty Snowboard slopestyle was introduced as an Olympic event for the first time this year, and it turns out that Team USA is pretty darn good at it. On Saturday, Sage Kotsenburg surprised everyone by capturing gold in the men's event, earning the first medal of the Olympics. Cameron Spencer / Getty And less than 24 hours later, Jamie Anderson — who was the favorite coming in — won gold in the women's event, giving Team USA two gold medals in the inaugural Olympics for the sport. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF On her last run, Anderson nailed two 720s, earning a score of 95.25 and bumping her up from fifth place to first. Even though she knew it was a solid run, Anderson was a little surprised when her first-place score flashed across the screen. Via Twitter: @sagekotsenburg But everyone watching knew it was a gold-medal performance, including Sage. These are the first Olympic medals for both Kotsenburg and Anderson.