Everyone’s going crazy for Olympic luger Chris Mazdzer, and here’s why…


The U.S. Olympian has made quite the impression on viewers…

Olympic athlete Chris Mazdzer made history this week when he won a silver medal – the first men’s Olympic luge medal in U.S. history.

The 29-year-old, who hails from Massachusetts, U.S., has won the approval of viewers due to his rough-and-ready good looks and muscular physique. It also helps that his outfit is ridiculously skin-tight and reveals a lot more than intended…

On his win, Mazdzer told NBC. “It’s 16 years in the making. I’ve had a rough last two years, and it just shows: Don’t ever give up. Whenever you lose, keep fighting.”

He’s a grade A hunk and an inspiration, what more could you want?

We’ve compiled a list of Chris’ hottest photos to show you why the internet is going absolutely crazy over the Olympic luger…

Dreams do come true!

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That’s a wrap in Korea!!! The last 10 days have been full of ups and downs, taking a few steps forward and then a few steps backwards, but that’s what training and testing is all about. Sometimes you’re not going to be in control, you’re definitely not going to be on the same page as everyone but collaboration and teamwork within this individual sport is paramount to success! Don’t learn that lesson the hard way ???? Also, a huge thanks and shoutout to all of the volunteers who helped out the last 10 days. I tried to thank all of you in person but if I missed you, I can’t give enough appreciation to your hard work!!! #thankyou #greatsuccess #teamusa #roadtopyeongchang #theroadsofpyeongchang #luge #usaluge #lakeplacid #ongoenergyspray #tamethebeast #americangiant #buildthebestyou

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After a pretty long and exhausting month I have finally hit a point where my spirit and motivation feel like breaking. I get so frustrated when it feels that I am putting 100% into something and I see 0 progress. Although the picture just looks like I hit a few walls the mental pain runs much deeper because it feels like the late night/early mornings over the past summer have been for nothing… but from this point we all have a choice. Give up, or wake up with purpose and continue to grind. Although this feeling sucks and I wish I could lay in bed for a single day, I know I need to continue because I have unfinished business. Showing up everyday is half the battle and currently it seems the only thing that I will always do right. There are so many people in my life that motivate me and I want to say thank you, because you help me show up everyday and not give up even though sometimes I want to. #ittakesavillage #roadtopyeongchang #thisroadsuckssometimes #justdoit #teamusa #thankyou

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