If we asked you which snowboarder had won the most events in a career, then you might guess Shaun White, or you might be tipped off by the header for this section and go with Kelly Clark.
She's been a champ 70 times but only once won Olympic gold (2002).
She says she riding the best she has in four years.
"I had a great X Games in Aspen last month, and I'm right where I want to be," she said Sunday.
In her way is Australia's Torah Bright. Oh, Torah Bright. Swoooon.
Bright won the hearts of many Olympic viewers in 2010 with her second-run triumph in Vancouver, where she edged Clark.
Who else to watch: Hannah Teter of the United States, who won in 2006 and was fourth four years ago.
Pairs figure skating
It seems like a good bet that Russia will be back on top of the medal podium.
Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov had the highest marks ever in the short program and go into Wednesday's free program with a significant lead over Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy of Germany.
The crowd went crazy for the home team's performance, cheering and chanting along as the Russians skated.
"The crowd was incredible," Trankov said. "It's very special. We are so happy to have such a moment and this amazing competition in our lives."
Who else to watch: All the teams. Pairs skating is one of the most beautiful events of the Olympic Games and five teams are within five points in the race for the bronze.