The Olympic Winter Games Vancouver 2010 provided plenty of iconic moments for Team USA athletes. Americans left with 37 medals, which remains the highest haul for Team USA at a Winter Games.
The Games included a slew of memorable moments that are still looked at with awe 10 years later and won't soon be forgotten.
Among the nine golds from Team USA athletes, figure skater Evan Lysacek bested defending Olympic champion Evgeni Plushenko to win men's figure skating gold in 22 years.
Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn won the first women's downhill gold by an American four years after crashing at the Torino 2006 Games and being evacuated by helicopter.
Bobsled driver Steven Holcomb led his crew of Steve Mesler, Curt Tomasevicz, and Justin Olsen to four-man gold -- the first for the United States since 1948.
Nordic combined skier Bill Demong won Team USA's first gold medal in his sport.
Moguls skier Hannah Kearney claimed the first U.S. win in her event since 1992.
And long track speedskater Shani Davis, snowboardcross' Seth Wescott and halfpipe snowboarder Shaun White earned their second consecutive Olympic golds after victory in 2006.
It's been 10 years since the Opening Ceremony of the Games in Vancouver, but the photos below back so many memories.