By Tamar Lapin. February 13, pm Updated February 13, pm. Gold medalist Red Gerard had a rough morning the day of his win — oversleeping thanks to a late-night Netflix binge. When Gerard saw his score of Hoooly sh-t. He then celebrated his win with friends and family who had been waiting for him at the bottom of the slope and who had been shotgunning beers since in the morning, in anticipation of his win, USA Today reported.
By Maxine Shen For Dailymail. American gold medalist Red Gerard - and his family and friends - had an incredibly memorable day at the Winter Olympics on Sunday. Gerard, 17, became America's first gold medal winner at the PyeongChang Olympics, winning the Men's Snowboard Slopestyle event after pulling out all the stops with his third and final run of the day. Born in June , Gerard entered the Olympic history books as the youngest American man to win a Winter Games gold medal since
Seventeen-year-old Red Gerard had a rough start to his Sunday, Yahoo reports. He'd passed out during an episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Saturday night and slept through his morning alarm. When a friend finally dragged him out of bed into the world of the living, Gerard realized his jacket was missing. Running late, he borrowed a coat and bolted out the door—and then promptly won a goddamn Olympic gold medal. On Sunday, the Colorado teen took home the gold in slopestyle snowboarding, winning the US the first gold medal at this year's Winter Olympics in South Korea. Gerard was awarded a combined score of Not a bad way to end a shitty morning. When the year-old saw the results, he let out a triumphant "holy fuck" yell, which snuck past NBC's censors and into the live feed, inadvertently articulating the thoughts of viewers nationwide who were currently comparing his win to all the dumbass stuff they were doing at According to the Wall Street Journal , Gerard is now the youngest American man in the past 90 years to win gold at a Winter Olympics, following year-old bobsledder Billy Fiske back in
By Natalie O'Neill. Durkin jiveDurkey February 11, The year-old snowboarder who won the first U. Olympic gold medal in Pyeongchang Sunday was so filled with joy, he dropped an F-bomb on network television. When the number Gerard, of Colorado, is the youngest person ever to win a gold medal for snowboarding.