The Internet’s New Favorite Pastime Is Swooning Over Luge Sensation Chris Mazdzer


American Chris Mazdzer captured the first luge medal of any kind in U.S. history on Sunday, but he’s also been consistently charming people online, where a significant number of new winter sports fans have developed what is called an internet crush.

It’s not easy to find an Olympic event that the U.S. hasn’t medaled in, but all thanks to Mazdzer’s quick moves in Sunday’s men’s singles luge event, there’s one less. His finished just behind the gold medal winner, Austria’s David Gleirscher with a .026 second time, marking the first time America got itself a luge medal since the sport was introduced in 1964.

This was a successful turnaround for the 29-year-old from Massachusetts who’s competing in his third Olympic games. And he wants to use his success to encourage others. “It’s 16 years in the making,” Mazdzer told NBC. “I’ve had a rough last two years, and it just shows: Don’t ever give up. Whenever you lose, keep fighting.”

That’s our boy.

This luger’s doing wonders for the sport. People who would otherwise be disengaged from whatever luge is – sledding down a narrow, serpentine track – have suddenly taken a shine to it.

See some of the praise the internet is throwing him.

Major life plans are underway.

Dammit @mazdzer is so stunningly handsome. I need him to marry me. Preferably sooner than later. Prolonging the inevitable seems to be so wasteful. 😍😂

— MO Bro MO (@StudJock) February 13, 2018

Hollywood heartthrobs are irrelevant now.

I’d like to apologise to Chris Pratt and Jamie Dornan but i am afraid neither of you are in the running for husband number two anymore. Welcome Chris Mazdzer!

— Dan Neilson (@danneilson29) February 13, 2018

I really wonder how the most gorgeous Chris @mazdzer feels about being idolised and desired by all of #GayTwitter 🤷🏼‍♂️🏳️‍🌈

— Patomic reaction (@TonicPat) February 13, 2018

Me yesterday: “Wait so like what is ‘luge’ anyway?”

Me today, sobbing: “Luge is probably the most important thing in my life after water and air.”

— Tim Federle (@TimFederle) February 10, 2018

Please don’t tweet any photos or videos of @mazdzer onto my timeline. I am waiting for my heart medication to be refilled before consuming such content. Thank you for respecting my privacy at this time.

— Calvin (@calvinstowell) February 12, 2018

Leslie Jones, official Olympics commentator, is a fan.

Just stop…

— Leslie Jones 🦋 (@Lesdoggg) February 10, 2018

And observe the way he eats a slice of pizza in just one bite. Winning. Typical Mazdzer fashion.

This ice savage won an Olympic 🥈 last night! I’m not going to say it was because of his pizza eating skills but….. 😂🤷🏾‍♀️👍🏾🇺🇸 @USA_Luge @mazdzer @TeamUSA @NBCOlympics

— Lauren Gibbs (@lagibbs84) February 11, 2018

There’s never been a better time to celebrate a new national treasure. Join them if you like.

Fonte: Newsfeed – TIME


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