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Shirtless Canadian Skiers Cheer on Teammate in Pyeongchang

Meanwhile, Alex Beaulieu-Marchand used an interview to try to set up his sister on a date

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    Shirtless Canadian Skiers Cheer on Teammate in Pyeongchang
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    Gold medal winner Oystein Braaten, of Norway, left, and bronze medal winner Alex Beaulieu-Marchand, of Canada, celebrate after the men's slopestyle final at Phoenix Snow Park at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018.

    It's been frigid at the Pyeongchang Games but the cold didn't deter three Canadian moguls skiers from cheering on their teammate sans shirts. 

    The athletes showed support for freestyle skier Alex Beaulieu-Marchand and drew attention on social media by taping large, green letters A, B and M to their bare chests. Ouch!

    Everyone else around them was bundled up in winter gear. But their antics paid off when Beaulieu-Marchand took home the bronze medal in men’s slopestyle. 

    Meanwhile, after his qualifying run, Beaulieu-Marchand, used his interview time to try to set up his sister on a date. 

    "Hey, my sister's looking for a boyfriend, anyone out there?" he said, according to CBS Sports. 

    His sister Sophie told CBC Sports via Instagram, "For him to even think about saying that after landing his run is hilarious! What an ultimate wingman! I think it's brotherly love at its finest! Let's see if it works."

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