The 2018 Winter Olympic Games are in full swing.
Monday evening, Southern California native Chloe Kim earned a gold medal in the women's halfpipe.
Here she is celebrating:
As the Games continue, here are the scheduled events:
5-7 p.m. -- Ice Hockey
5-8 p.m. -- Mixed Doubles Curling (semifinal)
8-10 p.m. -- Curling (second of two mixed curling semifinals)
8-11:30 p.m. -- Men's Alpine Skiing (combined, downhill run)
8-11:30 p.m. -- Women's Snowboarding (halfpipe gold medal final)
8-11:30 p.m. -- Women's Speed Skating (1,500m gold medal final)
10-11:30 p.m. -- Ice Hockey
11:30-12:05 a.m. -- Men's Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying)
11:30 p.m.-2:40 a.m. -- Mixed Doubles Curling (bronze medal match)
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Follow along with our Live Olympic coverage of today's events below (all times Eastern):
U.S. men fare well in halfpipe qualifying
1:30 a.m.: And the U.S. Olympic team congratulated them on Twitter.
Shaun White won halfpipe qualifying at the Pyeongchang Olympic Games and will drop in last for what's shaping up as an epic final.
The two-time gold medalist scored a 98.5 to edge Australia's Scotty James for the prime spot in Wednesday's three-run final.
Sochi silver medalist Ayumu Hirano of Japan finished third. Hirano won the Winter X Games last month with back-to-back 1440-degree double corks, a combination that had never been successfully landed in competition.
White has said he's working on the same tricks, while James has the most technically on-point package in the game.
Also in the 12-man final will be Americans Ben Ferguson, Jake Pates and Chase Josey.
Shaun White competes in men's halfpipe
11:33 p.m.: U.S.' Shaun White attends his fourth Olympics Games.
Chloe Kim thanks fans and family
10:55 p.m.: Chloe Kim was interviewed during the Winter Games and thanked her fans and family for their support. She recognized her parents as inspiration.
"It was such an amazing feeling," Kim said on her third run which featured back-to-back 1080 turns. "I'm really happy."
U.S. inches closer to 100 total gold medals
10:47 p.m.: According to a tweet by the U.S. Olympics Team, the United States is one gold medal away from 100 total gold medals from the Winter Games.
Chloe Kim, Arielle Gold celebrate
10:30 p.m.: Americans Chloe Kim earned gold and Arielle Gold earned bronze for the women's halfpipe Monday.
Kim was holding back tears moments after her win:
Latest medal count
10:09 p.m.: Here's the latest so far after Chloe Kim snagged a gold medal in the halfpipe competition.
Norway leads with a total of nine medals while Germany, Netherlands and Canada are tied with seven.
The U.S. has six medals in total.
Chloe Kim wins gold
9:40 p.m.: That sweet moment when 17-year-old phenom Chloe Kim wins gold at the Winter Games.
Arielle Gold wins bronze in halfpipe
9:35 p.m.: U.S.' Arielle Gold wins her first Olympic medal with a bronze in the women's snowboarding halfpipe.
Chloe Kim wins women's snowboarding halfpipe
9:30 p.m.: American Chloe Kim of Torrance, California, wins gold medal in the women's snowboarding halfpipe at the Winter Games.
Her final score was a 98.25 on the third run.
Chloe Kim scores a 93.75
8:25 p.m.: Chloe Kim of the U.S. scores an incredible 93.75 points in her first run on the snowboarding halfpipe competition.
U.S.' Kelly Clark is third with a score of 76.25.
Scoring snowboarding and freestyle skiing
8:20 p.m.: The Associated Press describes how halfpipe and slopestyle riders are scored in the Winter Games.
They are not given specific marks based on what elements they try or how well they land any specific trick. Rather, the marks are based on overall impression, considering a combination of execution, difficulty, varieties of tricks, amplitude and progression. A number of judges score different parts of the course. Their marks are combined and, thus, a score is produced.
But the judges are ranking the riders in comparison to one another and assigning points based on where each run relates to the others. The points scale goes from 0 to 100. And unlike the old days in gymnastics, where a perfect 10 was a sign the athlete had executed all the elements flawlessly, the only person who can get a 100 in freeskiing or snowboarding would be the last to go. To award that score before the end of the contest would be to leave no room to place a superior run at the end.
Women's snowboarding halfpipe gets underway
8 p.m.: Women's snowboarding halfpipe gold medal final begins led by 17-year-old phenom Chloe Kim of the U.S.
Also Kelly Clark competes, also from America.
Medal tracker so far
7:15 p.m.: Germany is on top of the board with four gold medals, followed by the Netherlands with three.
Norway, Canada, United States and France all have two gold medals.
Here's a look so far early Monday night courtesy of CBS Sports: