Silje Norendal: Is This Norwegian Snowboarder The Hottest Olympian?

Bow chicka wow wow. We all know that the Olympics are about sports or whatever, but winning the year's hottest athlete award is definitely a solid consolation prize if you don't nab that gold medal. Silje Norendal may not have placed during her ladies' slopestyle event at the Sochi Winter Olympics this past weekend, but the 20-year-old Norwegian bombshell sure did gain a new legion of fans for a different reason — she's a total hottie!

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Silje Norendal: Hottest Winter Olympian?

Norway is pretty rock solid when it comes to producing blonde-haired, blue-eyed bombshells, and Silje is undoubtedly the total package.

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Even though she didn’t earn a medal during Sunday’s slopestyle event in Sochi — USA’s Jamie Anderson took home the gold instead — she’s sure to be a breakout star from the games due to her gorgeous looks and hotter than hot Instagram page. Also, she won the Winter X Games women’s slopestyle in Aspen in January as well as in Tignes the year before, so she’s still a total badass despite losing to the USA in the Olympics. (Go us!!)

Silje competes in halfpipe, boardercross, and slopestyle, with her local club being Kongsberg IF. She went to a freaking snowboarding high school — because apparently, such things exist — and maintains a ridiculously sexy Instagram page that will surely make you feel bad about your abdominals if you haven’t hit up the ol’ gym in a few weeks. Don’t believe me? Check out the evidence below:

What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Is Silje the hottest of the bunch? Check out her pics, then let us know which Olympian YOU want to keep you warm during these cold winter nights in the comments!

— Shaunna Murphy

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