Jenny Jones won Britain's first ever medal on snow in the snowboard slopestyle event. Here's a look back at her career...
1980: Born July 3 in Bristol.
1999: Explodes onto the scene by winning the first of five British Snowboard Championships.
2006: Finishes the year second in the World Snowboard Tour Rankings.
2009: January - Cements her position as one of the world's leading snowboarders by winning a slopestyle gold medal at the prestigious Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado.
February - Earns silver in the slopestyle at the inaugural Winter Dew Tour after second-place finishes in the meetings at Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado and Mount Snow Resort in West Dover, Vermont.
2010: January - Wins her second slopestyle gold medal in a row at the Winter X Games 14 in Aspen.
February - Runner-up once again in the Winter Dew Tour standings after a third-place finish at Breckenridge was followed up by coming second at Snowbasin Resort in Huntsville, Utah and Mount Snow Resort.
March - Follows up her success in the X Games with yet another gold medal at the Winter X Games Europe in Tignes, France.
2011: Fails to claim a hat-trick of Winter X Games gold medals, settling for silver after being pipped by Finland's Enni Rukajarvi.
2013: August - Secures her first World Cup podium with a silver medal in a meeting in New Zealand.
December - Suffers a concussion in a training crash in Austria.
2014: January - Named in Team GB's squad for the Winter Olympics in Sochi to compete in the Games' first ever slopestyle event.
Sunday, February 9 - marks her Olympic debut at the age of 33 by winning bronze medal for Great Britain in snowboard slopestyle at Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. Becomes Britain's first medal winner on snow.