March 25, 2019, 3 p.m. (ET)

Last week, 13 Team USA athletes traveled to Saitama, Japan, for the ISU World Figure Skating World Championships, and to say they made an impact is an understatement.

Nathan Chen pulled a major upset over two-time Olympic champion and home favorite Yuzuru Hanyu, and was crowned a world champion for the second year in a row. Vincent Zhou joined Chen on the podium with a bronze-medal finish. This marked the first time in 23 years that two American men finished on the podium.

Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue delivered an outstanding free dance routine to leap from fourth place to third in the competition. This was their second consecutive podium finish at worlds.

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Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc left their mark on the world stage at their first world championships. The pairs team finished ninth, successfully earning back a second U.S. pairs spot for the 2020 world championships.

And last but certainly not least, Bradie Tennell and Mariah Bell recorded personal-best performances, and both of them finished in the top ten for the women's overall standings.

Let's relive some of the top moments from this year's world championships through photos.