The men's figure skating short program at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics on Feb. 15 left the world with a lot to talk about. Adam Rippon skated a nearly perfect program that was as entertaining as it was clean, and Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu stole the show with his flawlessly gorgeous performance, which earned him 111.68 points and the first-place slot (for now, anyway).
Yuzuru is on the hunt for gold again. He took home the first-place prize in the 2014 Olympics, and if he nails tonight's free skate program, there's no question he'll be standing triumphantly on that podium once again. But winning gold at this Olympics will be more than just winning gold (although that's pretty damn amazing in and of itself) - if Yuzuru wins first place, he'll be the first men's figure skater to win back-to-back gold medals since 1952!