Two dozen workers formed a massive heart and skied down the halfpipe in honor of the late Sarah Burke, a champion freestyle skier, at the Sochi Olympics.
The halfpipe pioneer died after a training accident in 2012 and had been instrumental in elevating women's freestyle skiing to this global Olympic platform.
This was the skiing community's way of saying thank you:
Burke's husband, Rory Bushfield, and parents, Gord Burke and Jan Phelan, were there to see the result of her hard work, and were moved by the tribute.
"Sarah has inspired us on snow and off snow, and she would have been very proud of how all of the girls rode tonight," gold medalist Maddie Bowman of the U.S. said.
"I sure hope that I and everyone else made her proud."