Switzerland's Ramon Zenhaeusern (C) celebrates with Switzerland's Wendy Holdener and Switzerland's Denise Feierabend after they won the Alpine Skiing Team Event big final at the Jeongseon Alpine Center during the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games in P
And after a 2-2 draw saw Norway edge France on a tie-break – thanks to a quicker combined time of 0.21 seconds – the nation celebrated its 38th medal of the Games, seeing them surpass the US' record medal-haul (37 at Vancouver 2010) at a Winter Olympics.
Austria led 1-0 when Katharina Liensberger beat Denise Feierabend, but the Swiss were back level when Ramon Zenhaeusern (slalom silver medallist in Pyeong chang) bested Michael Matt (bronze silver medallist).
Wendy Holdener’s victory over Katharina Gallhuber then put Switzerland on the brink of victory, and that was confirmed when Marco Schwarz stumbled when racing against Daniel Yule.
Meanwhile, Team GB’s team - Charlie Guest, Alex Tilley, Dave Ryding and Laurie Taylor - narrowly missed out to Norway by 0.21 seconds in their quarter-final encounter, having originally tied the clash 2-2.