Snowboarding phenomenon Chloe Kim qualified for the finals of the women's halfpipe competition on Wednesday.
She landed a cab 900 and a switch backside 500 in her first run, scoring 87.75 — putting her top of the leaderboard. Kim fell on her second run.
Kim joins 11 others in the finals, including Japan's Mitsuki Ono and China's Cai Xuetong.
At 21, Kim already boasts five X Games gold medals, two world championships and, four years ago in Pyeongchang, announced herself to the world with a near-perfect score to win her first Winter Olympic gold medal at age 17.
But Kim admitted she struggled to deal with the fame that came with her success. When she attended Princeton University afterward, "everyone was kind of staring at me, taking pictures," she told CNN in 2021.
After taking a break from competitive snowboarding while at Princeton, Kim is now hungrier than ever to get back on the Olympic slopes and defend her crown.
Read more about Chloe Kim's Olympic campaign here.