Eileen Feng Gu (born September 3, 2003)

Eileen Feng Gu (born September 3, 2003), also known by her Chinese name Gu Ailing , is a freestyle skier, two-time Olympic gold medalist, and model. 

She has competed for China in halfpipe, slopestyle, and big air events since 2019.

Gu competed for the United States at the 2018–19 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup.

At age 18, Gu became the youngest Olympic champion in freestyle skiing after winning gold medals in big air and halfpipe, and a silver medal in slopestyle, at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

She is the first freestyle skier to win three medals at a Winter Olympics.

Gu was born on September 3, 2003, in San Francisco, California, United States, to a Chinese-American mother, Yan Gu , and an American father. Yan raised Gu as a single parent.

Her mother attended Peking University for her undergraduate and master's degrees in chemical engineering.

On March 1, 2021, Gu wrote on her personal Sina Weibo page that she had been recognized as a candidate for the U.S.

Presidential Scholars Program as a January 2021 nominee from San Francisco University High School.

She was not awarded the scholarship, and graduated early from secondary school.

In February 2022, The Washington Post reported that Gu was admitted to Stanford University,an alma mater of her mother, and will begin studies after the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.