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The Norwegian curling team wore red and pink pants with hearts for Valentine’s Day

The Norwegian curling team wore red and pink pants with hearts for Valentine’s Day


Image: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images

It’s pretty cold in Pyeongchang, but Team Ulsrud’s outfit choice will warm your heart. 

The Norwegian curlers sported these showstoppers during the men’s curling event at the Winter Olympics on Wednesday: bright red and pink trousers, complete with layers of hearts for Valentine’s Day.

Image: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images

Yes, Team Ulsrud actually competed in these beauties. 

And people quickly fell in love with these heartthrobs. 

Who needs a relationship when you have Team Ulsrud? They’re the only Valentine you need. 

The Norwegian curling team has a history of wearing ridiculous pants during their competitions. In 2010, they wore showstopping argyle print pants to the Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Since then, they’ve competed while wearing a variety of bright patterns. 

A Facebook group dedicated to Team Ulsrud’s pants, not Team Ulsrud itself, has kept us updated on the team’s attire. Recently, they wore these suits in the colors of Norway’s flag.

And even though they lost to Japan during the Valentine’s Day match, the Norwegian curling team has fans all over the world supporting them — and their choice in pants. 

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