China’s freeski sensation Eileen Gu won her second gold of the Beijing Winter Olympics on Friday, turning into the main free-form skier to sack three decorations at a solitary Games.
The 18-year-old hotshot bested the platform in the halfpipe last at Zhangjiakou’s Genting Snow Park, adding to her gold in the large air occasion last week and silver in slopestyle on Tuesday.
Gu, who says halfpipe is her most grounded occasion, ruled from the beginning.
Over and over, she accelerated the mass of the halfpipe and sent off herself heavenward, turning and bending smoothly to clearly cheers from fans in the stands.
Eileen Gu Wins Gold
Currently solidly leading the pack, she did something extraordinary for herself in the second run with a great score of 95.25. She was at that point guaranteed of the gold when she set off on a third run triumph lap.
According to online gambling sources, Gu gave her mentor a major embrace at the highest point of the incline, descended the halfpipe indeed and completed the ride with simple leaps, presenting and praising her triumph in midair.
Thinking about her first and history-production Olympic Games, Gu said her abrogating feeling was a “well established feeling of appreciation and goal.”