Feb. 11, 2019, 1:11 p.m. (ET)

Team USA brought home the hardware in an action-packed 10 days in Park City, Utah. The U.S. led the medal count at the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle Ski and Freeski World Championships, securing 14 total medals, five of which were gold. 

Chloe Kim extended her win streak to eight in halfpipe snowboarding, and teammate Maddie Mastro also found herself on the podium claiming bronze. 

Americans Jaelin Kauf, Tess Johnson and Bradley Wilson medaled in dual moguls, snowboarder Chris Corning was crowned the world champion in slopestyle snowboarding, and Aaron Blunck successfully defended his halfpipe skiing title. Meanwhile, Mick Dierdorff won the first men's snowboardcross gold by an American in 14 years, while he and Lindsey Jacobellis also won the new mixed team event.

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