The Russian beauty has done waves on Twitter given stepping out on Feb. 8.
Though curling might not historically be a buzziest eventuality in a Winter Olympics, one Russian contestant is bringing a whole lot of spotlight to a sport.
Making her Olympic entrance in churned doubles curling on Feb. 8, Anastasia Bryzgalova has had a internet buzzing over her looks, notwithstanding holding a singular decrease during one of her curling latest matches. Ever given stepping out onto a ice in Gangneung, South Korea, a 25-year-old contestant has been sketch comparisons to Angelina Jolie and Megan Fox due to her dim hair, light eyes and movie-star looks.
A post common by Anastasia Bryzgalova (@a_nastasia92) on Jul 19, 2017 during 1:07pm PDT
“The Russian curling churned doubles group is led by Anastasia Bryzgalova, who looks like Angelina Jolie during 21 if she ever picked adult a broom,” one suitor gushed.
The Russian curling churned doubles group is led by Anastasia Bryzgalova, who looks like Angelina Jolie during 21 if she ever picked adult a broom.
— James Stewart (@jamespstewart) February 8, 2018
“Unable to win during #curling by #doping, #Russia has motionless to confuse a antithesis by promulgation #supermodels,” another quipped.
“Watching a curling with Russia’s Anastasia Bryzgalova. I’ve no thought whats going on, yet hey,” another user chimed in.
According to her Olympic profile, Bryzgalova binds a master’s grade in Physical Education, Sport, and got concerned with curling in 2009 following an invitation to join a curling bar during an ice sports complex.
Admirers shouldn’t get their hopes adult too quickly, however, as Bryzgalova tied a tangle with her curling partner Alexander Krushelnitskiy in Jun 2017, according to her Instagram.
A post common by Anastasia Bryzgalova (@a_nastasia92) on Aug 12, 2017 during 1:05pm PDT
Competing for a bronze award on Feb. 13, a integrate degraded Norway 8-4 to take a prize, even yet Bryzgalova took a towering decrease on a ice.
Her decrease done headlines opposite a web.
“It is really singular for a curler to tumble in veteran curling, and a brief drew gasps from a dumbfounded crowd,” ESPN reports, yet that didn’t stop a “tearful” Bryzgalova from after celebrating their victory.
The opening records that a pair’s feat outlines a initial Olympic award for churned doubles curling for Russia, as a diversion — a quicker spin on standard single-gender curling — creates a Olympic entrance during Pyeongchang.
Bronze medalists Aleksandr Krushelnitskiy and Anastasia Bryzgalova, Olympic athletes from Russia, applaud during a feat ceremony.
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