America continues to lead the medal count at the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, B.C., with the U.S. climbing to 24 medals this weekend.
Veteran American skier Bode Miller won his first ever gold medal Saturday in the men's Super Combined.
"The gold medal is great. I think it's perfect. Ideally, that's what everyone is shooting for. But the way I skied these last races is what matters. I would've been proud of that skiing with a medal or not," Miller said.
And in a stunning 5-3 upset, the U.S. men's hockey team beat out Canada Sunday in what many have called "The Border War."
"I wish every game was like this," U.S. defenseman Jack Johnson said.
Both America and Canada were undefeated when they faced-off Sunday in their third match-ups.
The U.S. remains undefeated.