BILLY MORGAN received bronze within the males’s snowboarding huge air for Nice Britain on the Winter Olympics.
The medal is GB’s fifth in Pyeongchang, taking them previous the 4 medals received in 1924 and 2014.
Who’s Billy Morgan?
MORGAN is a British snowboarding competing for Crew GB on the Winter Olympics.
The 28-year-old began snowboarding on the age of 14.
Earlier than altering to winter sports activities, Morgan competed in acrobatic gymnastics.
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How did he make history in 2015?
On April, 22 2015 Morgan became the first person to land a backside 1800 quadruple cork.
This means that after launching from a huge kicker, he did four off-axis flips and five full rotations.
The trick was one full flip and one half a rotation more than the previous biggest trick set by Yuki Kadano.
What medals has he won during his career?
The British snowboarder came third in the slopestyle competition in March 3013 at the FIS Snowboard World Cup event.
He finished the 2012-13 season ranked second in the world and he has won three World Cup medals during his career.
Morgan competed in his first Winter Olympics in Sochi in 2014 where he finished 10th in the men’s slopestyle final.
And most recently, the bronze in the big air in Pyeongchang, at the Winter Olympics.
When is he competing and where can you watch it?
MORGAN did not make the final of the slopestyle competition in PyeongChang but he has made the final of the big air – a new event for 2018.
Finishing with a highest mark of 90.50 he narrowly made it through to the final in sixth place.
The final takes place on Saturday, February 24 from 12.30am.
You can watch live coverage of the competition on BBC 1 or Europsport 1.