Big air. Big victories. Big emotion: They're all par for the course at any Olympics.
Big winds, on the other hand, are a big problem.
Over the past few days Pyeongchang, home of the 2018 Winter Games, has seen wind gusts up to 45 mph — more than enough to wreak havoc with winter sports that remain on the ground, let alone those where athletes fling themselves into the air.
The high winds prompted the postponement of the women's giant slalom race, a major downhill event.