At least the Americans have the Phoenix Snow Park halfpipe.
In the four years since Sochi, Wise has gone through the death of four family members or friends - including his father-in-law and grandmother - and supported his sister, Christy, after she lost her leg in a boating accident.
American freestyle skier David Wise came through in the clutch to compete as gold medalist in the men's halfpipe.
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The U.S. has enjoyed significant success in the skiing and snowboarding events at the PyeongChang Games, having won five gold medals so far.
The U.S. snowboard and freestyle skiing crews have accounted for 10 of the country's 19 medals in Pyeongchang.
Curiously, New Zealand's Nico Porteous was in second before Wise's run and didn't attempt to improve on his 94.80, just skating calmly down the pipe.
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Compatriot Alex Ferreira had the best score of run one and two and, in a repeat of last month's X Games, finished behind Wise with 96.40. Porteous got the Kiwis' second medal of the day after snowboarder Zoi Sadowski Synnott won bronze in Big Air earlier Thursday to end a 26-year Winter Games drought for New Zealand.
Porteous didn't even bother trying to top it in Run 3, cruising through the halfpipe without a trick and waiting at the bottom for the other competitors.
Wise put down his double-cork dream run a few minutes later, and Ferreira could only counter with a 96.40.
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