Twitter Freaks Out Over Chloe Kim, Pays Tribute To Kelly Clark: Relive Feb. 13 In Social Media At The Olympics


Check out some of the most noteworthy social media posts from Feb. 13 at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.

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Chloe Kim Gets Her Gold

In 2014, Chloe Kim was more than good enough to qualify for the Olympic team... but was too young. Four years -- and two Youth Olympic gold medals, a year-long winning streak, one perfect 100 and countless other achievements -- later, Kim came to PyeongChang as the heavy gold medal favorite. After scoring a monster 98.25 on her final run, the gold was finally hers.


— SB Nation (@SBNation) February 13, 2018

Chloe Kim greets extended fam — including 85-year-old grandmother from South Korea — after event-leading run. “Okay don’t cry!”she tells them. #pyeongchangOlympics2018

— Sean Gregory (@seanmgregory) February 13, 2018

When mom says, "We're getting ice cream!" @chloekimsnow #BestOfUS 🍦

— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) February 13, 2018

they gotta cancel snowboarding from here on out, Chloe Kim is too good at it

— Rodger Sherman (@rodger_sherman) February 13, 2018

Me: What’s The big deal about this Chloe Kim?

Also Me, after her first run:

— Donald King (@dbking65) February 13, 2018


— Chloe Lau (@chloelaulaulau) February 13, 2018

Chloe Kim is a god damn monster

— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) February 13, 2018

Ice Cream ✅

Churro ✅


What a performance by Chloe Kim. #BestOfUS #Olympics

— Matthew Asher (@MatthewAsher) February 13, 2018

98.25! SHEESH! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

— SB Nation (@SBNation) February 13, 2018

Chloe Kim will rule us all.

— Olympic Athlete From Brooklyn (@DvoraMeyers) February 13, 2018

I think Chloe Kim can actually fly

— Kimberly Carey (@Kimberly_Carey) February 13, 2018

To recap:

-1st halfpipe run


-2nd halfpipe run

-Hangry tweet about breakfast sandwich

-Win #Gold

-Glory run

👏 @chloekimsnow 👏 slays 👏

— TODAY (@TODAYshow) February 13, 2018

Damn @chloekimsnow is a boss. Period. #teamusa #bestofus #halfpipe #olympics #pyeongchang

— Jeremy Abbott (@jeremyabbottpcf) February 13, 2018

CONGRATS @chloekimsnow! Beating yourself on your victory lap has gotta be one of the most boss things I've ever watched! Big ups to @arielletgold too! Gold and bronze for #TeamUSA in women's snowboard pipe!!! 🥇🏂🥉🏂🇺🇲

— Gus Kenworthy (@guskenworthy) February 13, 2018

Chloe Kim’s father says this made all his sacrifice worth it. Pointed to himself, said “American dream!” and whooped. #pyeongchang2018

— Jake Seiner (@Jake_Seiner) February 13, 2018

Champion! Congratulations, @chloekimsnow!

— Billie Jean King (@BillieJeanKing) February 13, 2018

That moment when you realize you’ve won your first Olympic gold medal. 😭🇺🇸🥇 @chloekimsnow

— U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team (@usskiteam) February 13, 2018

I hate crying but I'll give myself a pass for this one. Thank you everyone for the love! Stoked to bring home the gold

— Chloe Kim (@chloekimsnow) February 13, 2018


Kelly Clark: Still The GOAT

Five-time Olympian Kelly Clark is widely considered a pioneer and one of the greatest to ever strap on a snowboard and drop into a halfpipe. Though Clark finished just off the podium in fourth place, the respect still runs deep.

Five trips to the #WinterOlympics. A lifetime of memories. Kelly Clark gave it her all.

— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) February 13, 2018

Since we have so many new snowboarding fans tonight, Kelly Clark is the reason why you see women's snowboarding at this level. Pioneered the 1080 for women's snowboarding. She is an absolute legend. 5 Olympics, dozens of medals, and the greatest to ever do it.

— Austin Nettleton (@austinsqueezy) February 13, 2018

Love me some Chloe Kim but Kelly Clark is the OG of American women’s halfpipe #snowboard Also did I mention she’s 34?!?

— Abigail Whitaker (@AbigailWhitake1) February 13, 2018

Kelly Clark is an absolute legend and inspiration. A true giant in the sport, whose young riders owe much to her pushing the envelope. #TeamUSA

— Devin Lowe (@devin__lowe) February 13, 2018

me? emotional that kelly clark saw her spot on the podium go to another, younger american, with grace and poise? emotional about the passing of the torch in dominance of the sport? never

— Eleni Demestihas (@egdemestihas) February 13, 2018

kelly clark is THE queen of the pipe and that’s final

— lyss (@staalethorgrens) February 13, 2018

Mad respect to @thekellyclark and all you have done for the sport of snowboarding. You are a true legend, an inspiring mentor to all women, and made us all proud through the years representing USA! 🇺🇸👏#KellyClark

— Sheri (@redsheri1) February 13, 2018

💔 @thekellyclark

Such a pioneer!! I picked up a snowboard for the 1st time after watching you in 2002. 5 times representing 🇺🇸 on the big stage. Future of this sport is so bright bc of you.

— amy pozen (@poz15) February 13, 2018


Shaun White Doing Shaun White Things

If you watched the men's halfpipe snowboarding qualifiers, you might have mistaken them for the finals, because things got CRAZY. At the forefront was two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White, who was up to his usual tricks, laying down monster runs, scoring 98.50... you know, the usual.

Shaun. White. #BestOfUS #WinterOlympics

— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) February 13, 2018


— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) February 13, 2018

Shaun White is not human

— Charlotte Wilder (@TheWilderThings) February 13, 2018

HES BACK BABY!!! I SEE YOU BRO!! @shaunwhite 🐐🏂

— Isaac Asiata (@AsiataFive4) February 13, 2018

In case you missed Shaun white tonight. #WinterOlympics2018

— Jared (@JChrist219) February 13, 2018


— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) February 13, 2018

I stan for @shaunwhite.

— Gus Kenworthy (@guskenworthy) February 13, 2018


— Adrianne (@Yo_Adrianne044) February 13, 2018


— nick (@nick_pants) February 13, 2018


Women's Ice Hockey Continues To Impress

The U.S. women's ice hockey team beat the Olympic Athletes from Russia on Tuesday 5-0, winning its second straight game of the 2018 Olympics. The team looks to keep the momentum going, and Team USA fans are loving the action so far. Get ready for more, when Team USA faces rival Canada on Thursday.

Finally up early enough to watch the olympics. And it just so happens to be USA women’s hockey.

— Brooke (@JustCallMe_Bee) February 13, 2018

🚨 @kbells22 gets #TeamUSA on the board 8:02 into the first period with a wrist shot from the top of the right circle! 🇺🇸

USA 1, OAR 0

— USA Hockey (@usahockey) February 13, 2018

#TeamUSA breaks the ice!

— Olympic Hockey on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) February 13, 2018

Every time the Olympics is on I do things like get 4/5 hours of sleep and then get up early to watch #TeamUSA kick butt at women’s hockey!

— Jaycee Wise (@jayceerae97) February 13, 2018

JUST SIX SECONDS LATER @JocelyneUSA17 adds another!! #TeamUSA now up 3-0 on the Russians with 8:02 left in the 2nd period. #WinterOlympics 👏

That's a record for the quickest two goals in U.S. Olympic Women's history! 🇺🇸

— USA Hockey (@usahockey) February 13, 2018

That feeling when you’re in the kitchen and your 4-year-old daughter screams from the living room while watching #TeamUSA women’s hockey: “Daddy, we SCORED!!!” #Pyeongyang2018 #Olympics #USA @usahockey

— Shawn Stepner (@StepnerWMAR) February 13, 2018

Smiles all around for @usahockey right now! #Winterolympics

— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) February 13, 2018

Good morning to USA women's hockey. Woke up and they're beating OAR 4-0! #USAUSAUSA 🇺🇸🇺🇸

— Corinne Martin (@cornnnhead) February 13, 2018

US Women's Hockey team looking GREAT against the athletes from Russia. Next up -- Canada on Thursday. Get your popcorn ready.

— Gary Davenport (@IDPSharks) February 13, 2018

#TeamUSA Women’s Hockey shuts out O.A.R. 5-0 and improve to 2-0 at the #PyeongChang2018 #WinterOlympics

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