Until Sunday night, no Canadian had ever won a gold medal on home soil. But Alexandre Bilodeau, a 22 year old from Montreal, broke that streak by taking the men's moguls on the second day of competition in Vancouver. "The party is just starting for Canada," he said. It was Canada's third medal of the Games, while the United States leads the pack with six. Two Winter Olympics had come and gone in Canada—Montreal 1976 and Calgary 1988—without anyone winning gold for the host nation.