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The U.S. women’s bobsled team is too busy dancing to worry about the cold at the Olympics

Cold? What cold? It’s the Olympics! It might be cold in Pyeongchang, but it looks like the US Bobsledding team is doing just fine ( : @JamieGreubel) — SB Nation (@SBNation) February 9, 2018 It’s winter time — it’s cold, it’s snowy, it gets wet when you try to clean up the snow, and all that fun stuff that comes with winter. But it’s also the Winter Olympics, and if you’re over there in Pyeongchang for the next 3 weeks, you can’t help but be pumped to compete on a worldwide stage.
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