The 2018 Winter Olympics have finally begun, and on Friday night all of the world's best athletes marched into Pyeong Chang, South Korea as part of the opening ceremony.
But the most famous American athletes were actually doing more than joining in the festivities... Olympic gold medalist Apolo Ohno talked to all the athletes before they entered, and Twitter was shook Apolo Ohno was there, but not to compete this year. Olympics fans were in for a bit of a surprise when the opening ceremony started on Friday night.
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They stand on the sidelines in shirts that have their kid's name sewn on it and hand out orange slices at halftime.
At the 2002 Winter Olympics, Ohno won the gold medal at the 1,500 meter speed skating race, and silver for the 1,000 meter race. His final trip to the Winter Olympics was in 2010, when the games were held in Vancouver Canada. But now, Apolo Ohno's presence at the 2018 Olympics is purely journalistic.
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His mother, Jerrie Lee, left early on, and Yuki worked 12-hour days as a hairstylist to raise the infant who would ultimately become a world-class athlete.
Apolo spent many days in the back of a hair salon watching his father trim, style and mousse.