U.S. Winter Olympians Visit White House, Dance On South Lawn (Photos)


The 2014 Winter Olympics are long over, but the U.S. Olympians just recently visited the White House, where they shook some hands, took a few pictures and danced.

As you can see below, virtually all of this year’s favorite Olympians were there. Women’s hockey player Julie Chu and snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg were among the medalists in attendance — Kotsenburg took home the gold in the men’s slopestyle event. The group was congratulated by the President and First Lady, then were sent into a picture-taking, video-making frenzy.

Luger Kate Hansen had a particularly entertaining moment when she stopped to show off her famous dance moves during the visit. No stranger to the dance, Hansen broke it down to some Beyoncé with bobsledder Jazmine Fenlator and speedskater Eddy Alvarez on the South Lawn of the White House. Olympians dancing to Queen B in our nation’s capital — it’s almost too good to be true.

Check out the dance-off and other fun moments from the Olympic White House visit below.

Thumbnail Photo via Instagram/@adeibold

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