Feb. 17, 2018, 10:02 a.m. (ET)

Check out some of the most noteworthy social media posts from Feb. 17 at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.

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Nathan Chen: Quad King And Comeback Kid

Until the men's free skate, it had been a disappointing Olympics for Nathan Chen. The medal favorite struggled in both the team event and the individual short program, finding himself buried in 17th place going into the free skate. But Chen pulled out all the stops in his final performance in PyeongChang, returning to form and rallying to fifth place. The only person excited about this was... well, everyone.

 

Devin Logan Has Tiny Hands And It's Excellent

Devin Logan may not have made the podium in slopestyle skiing, but the birthday girl still managed to steal the spotlight. While waiting for her scores, she brought back a pair of tiny hands last seen at an Olympic qualifying event, and we can only hope she breaks them out again when she competes in halfpipe!

 

Is There A Ledecka On The Ledecky Family Tree?

In the women's super-G, the surprise winner was world champion snowboarder (you read that right) Esther Ledecka of the Czech Republic, taking gold by 0.01 seconds. Does that last name sound familiar?

 

Lindsey Vonn Is Looking On The Bright Side

Lindsey Vonn made her return to Olympic competition after eight years. Vonn fell short, finishing off the podium in sixth place. She's not letting the result get her down though, enjoying every moment and skiing in honor of her grandpa. 

 

John-Henry Krueger Ends Speedskating Medal Drought

After winning his semifinal heat, short track speedskater John-Henry Krueger came out strong in the final winning the first individual speedskating medal for Team USA in eight years in the men's 1,000-meter. Krueger was overcome with emotion at the finish line, because how could you not be???