Love is in the air for Olympians going for the gold. Here’s a Cupid-themed wrap-up of Olympic love, from the Norwegian curling team’s pants to competitors exchanging valentines.
So, naturally, the Norwegian curling team did not let us down on Valentine’s Day.
Christoffer Svae, Torger Nergard, Thomas Ulsrud and Havard VAD Petersson took to the ice of the men’s curling round robin session Wednesday ... wearing hot-pink, red-and-white pants, decorated with hearts.
The four-time Olympian, two-time medalist’s public call-out for a Valentine resulted in 2,500 responses.
Canadian short track speed skater Charles Hamelin said it “doesn’t get much better” than celebrating Valentine’s Day at the Olympics with his partner and teammate Marianne St-Gelais.