Dec. 29, 2017, 11:33 a.m. (ET)

From looking back at Olympic legends to crowning the newest members of the Olympic team, 2017 was a big year for Team USA. Check out the most viewed videos from the year on Facebook, and get ready for even more highlights in 2018!

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Swimmers gonna swim... even when the water comes in the form of snow.

 

Katie Ledecky sets a new world record in the 800-meter freestyle at the Olympic Games Rio 2016.

 

Jenny Simpson kicks it into high gear to win the national title in the 1,500-meter.

 

In this flashback to the Olympic Games Sydney 2000, Laura Wilkinson dives to gold on the 10-meter platform.

 

Paralympian (and Halloween enthusiast) Josh Sundquist is known for his Halloween costumes, and 2017 didn't disappoint!

 

Mary Lou Retton and Bela Karolyi share their perspective on her historic Olympic all-around title in 1984.

 

Meryl Davis and Charlie White light up the ice en route to ice dance gold at the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014.

 

Ashley Wagner shares her story at the 100 Days Out celebration in Times Square.

 

Seventeen-year-old Maame Biney, born in Ghana, becomes the first black woman ever to qualify for a U.S. Olympic speedskating team.

 

Team Shuster defeats Team Clark at the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Curling.

 

Greg Duncan wins the 3-meter title at the USA Diving National Championships.

 

Siblings Becca and Matt Hamilton qualify to become the first-ever mixed doubles curling team to represent Team USA at the Olympic Winter Games.

 

Shalane Flanagan makes history, becoming the first U.S. woman to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years.

 

On "Curling Night in America," the U.S. men take on Scotland in a match that would require a shootout to determine a victor.

 

The mixed doubles duo of Tabitha Peterson and Joe Polo also took on Scotland on "Curling Night in America," earning a 9-3 win.

 

Time to celebrate! Team USA won its first-ever World Baseball Classic title in an 8-0 rout of Puerto Rico.

 

This baby's got game!