By Darci Miller | March 26, 2018, 4:54 p.m. (ET)
Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue compete in their free dance at the World Figure Skating Championships at Mediolanum Forum on March 24, 2018 in Milan, Italy.
 

 

Team USA athletes do a lot in a week. In case you missed any of it, here's a glimpse at our takeaways from the last seven days.

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1. Ice dancers Maia and Alex Shibutani won two bronze medals at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, and have been home for a grand total of 12 hours since

2. Sarah Hammer is a four-time Olympic medalist in cycling. Now she’s taking her pedigree to the Paralympic side as the associate director, high performance for U.S. Paralympics Cycling.

3. When Deanna Stellato was 17, she retired from figure skating. At the age of 34, she’s back – a newly-minted pairs skater – and competed at her first world championships

4. What do you get for winning an Olympic silver medal and becoming USA Luge’s first men’s singles Olympic medalist in history? If you’re Chris Mazdzer, you get a parade

5. In Saranac Lake, you have a better chance of becoming an Olympian than being struck by lightning.

6. Want to learn more about the nominees for Best Male Paralympic Athlete of the Games? Here’s everything you need to know

7. Halfpipe skier Alex Ferreira won Olympic silver in PyeongChang and followed that up with the overall world cup title. Not too shabby! 

8. The Summer Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018 are on the horizon, and three-time Olympic medalist gymnast Danell Leyva has been selected to serve as an Athlete Role Model

9. Margzetta Frazier made her international gymnastics debut at the FIG Individual All-Around World Cup, winning silver behind a 2016 Olympic silver medalist. 

10. According to Frazier, it was epic.

11. Fellow gymnast Alec Yoder made his world cup debut a smashing success, winning bronze on the pommel horse. 

12. The AAU James E. Sullivan Award has been honoring the best amateur American athletes in history since 1930. Four U.S. Olympians and Paralympians have been nominated for the 2018 edition

13. Figure skater Bradie Tennell’s Cinderella season concluded on a high at the world championships, as she lead Team USA women with a sixth place finish

14. Nathan Chen showed up at the world championships ready for redemption… and the quad king delivered. He landed six quads in a nearly perfect free skate to win gold by a staggering 47.63 points, the greatest ever margin of victory at a world championships, Olympic Winter Games or Grand Prix Final

15. The champ is here.

16. Also on their first world championship podium were ice dancers Madison Hubbell and Zach Donohue, who recovered from a disastrous fall from third to ninth in 2017 to win silver this time around

17. What a way to end a season!

18. No Olympic medal for big air snowboarder Julia Marino? No problem. She closed out the world cup season with a win in the final event, ranking third in the overall standings

19. At the World Women’s Curling Championship, Team Jamie Sinclair finished fourth for the best finish for U.S. women since 2013

20. It’s Laurie Hernandez’s world and we’re all just living in it.