Olympic-gold snowboarder Jamie Anderson confesses she and the other female athletes are checking out “a lot of cuties” in Sochi with the dating app Tinder, according to US magazine. The year-old from Lake Tahoe, Calif. In the mountain village it’s all athletes. It’s hilarious. There are some cuties on there. But, she warns, the preoccupation with Tinder can be “way too distracting,” so she deleted her account. And it seems to have paid off. Anderson clinched gold in the women’s slopestyle event on Feb. Tinder is an app that lets you know if there’s someone nearby who you might like. You can anonymously like the other person or pass on them, but if both people like one another, then a match is made.
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Tinder reports that million profile ratings are made each day and some million matches were made in The app takes information from Facebook to connect users with friends and proximity in common. If both people swipe to the right on their mobile devices, Tinder allows them to video chat.
The iconic rings in the Sochi Olympic Village. AP. Romance-starved athletes at the Winter Olympics are hitting up the dating app Tinder for.
There’s no denying Olympic athletes work hard while competing. And according to gold medalist Jamie Anderson, they like to play just as hard in their downtime. Anderson, who won gold in the Women’s Slopestyle on Sunday Feb. It’s all athletes! In the mountain village it’s all athletes,” she said, adding, “It’s hilarious. There are some cuties on there.
Anderson goes on to admit that the app can be all too distracting, and that she had to refocus on what she’s really there for. She even went so far as deleting her account. Anderson went on to reveal how excited she is to get back home to Lake Tahoe, Calif. Chances are when she does return home, she may not need Tinder to meet prospective dates now that she’s a household name thanks to her gold medal-winning turn.
Anderson is also prolific on another app: Twitter, posting pictures, thoughts and day-to-day revelations about life in the Olympic Village. Check out a few of her tweets below:. Words can’t describe.
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Subscriber Account active since. New Zealand Snowboarder Rebecca Torr is going for the gold this month. But she was also looking to get doubly lucky when she fired up Tinder upon arriving to the Olympic Village.
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The dating app Tinder is all the rage in the Olympic Village in Sochi. If they’re not actually using it to find dates, it’s at least become a running joke among the international contingent of snowboarders. It’s all athletes! In the mountain village it’s all athletes. It’s hilarious. There are some cuties on there. Tinder connects to Facebook profiles and offers matches based on proximity.
The only details users see are a few photos, mutual friends, mutual interests, and an optional one-line bio.
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More than million people use social networking to find love – or lust. And athletes are no different. Take a look inside the world of digital dating for athletes, where options are plentiful but possible pitfalls are just one click away. Subscribe today! For starters, he is fairly thick, just large enough to have not seen his Adam’s apple since never, and to have not enjoyed a ton of success with women on looks alone.
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There are some cuties on there. Los Angeles-based Tinder became popular last year for allowing users to quickly begin conversations with others they find attractive. To use the app, users first create a profile with information about themselves and upload pictures. Tinder then recommends users to them. If the user finds a person attractive he or she can swipe right. If not, a swipe to the left. Anderson won gold in slopestyle earlier this week.
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For U. The dating app Tinder, which helps users browse all the single people in your area, has become a primary activity during downtime for athletes in the Olympic village. Profiles contain a photo and some basic facts, and users can decide whether they are interested by swiping to the right yes or to the left no. If two people swipe to the right on each other’s profiles, they are connected to a private chatroom and can take it from there.
Romance-starved athletes at the Winter Olympics are hitting up the dating app Tinder for some off-the-slopes action while stuck in the sleepy.
Even though Olympians travel far and wide to compete for a gold medal or two, it’s no surprise living in facilities with some of the world’s hottest athletes leads to hookups in the Olympic village. Several athletes are turning to location-based dating app Tinder to browse and rate their neighbours. Twenty-three-year-old American snowboarder Jamie Anderson told US Weekly, she and her fellow female athletes like to “play matchmaker” and look for cuties staying in Sochi.
Anderson added she found Tinder in Sochi so distracting, she had to close her account to focus on the Games. New Zealand snowboarder Rebecca Torr took to Twitter to reveal her fascination with using Tinder in the village — not to mention her disappointment when the Jamaican bobsled team wasn’t registered on the app. Update: she found them — and told them she was rooting for them. The Olympics itself has a history of wild parties, sex and giving out condoms — , condoms were sent to Sochi’s medical centres this year, according to Yahoo.
After the London Games, ESPN reporter Sam Alipour wrote a detailed story on everything from orgies, drunk interviews and an athlete confessing to having sex at least three times a day to stay relaxed , according to Business Insider. But for the rest of us non-athletic types, meeting those hotties isn’t a problem either — as long as you’re in the village. Brittany Legasey, who is currently volunteering at the Games as a press assistant told Syracuse University’s blog she is currently talking to 15 athletes on Tinder, and while some even made plans to meet up with her, of course work keeps getting in the way.
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By Natalie O’Neill. Romance-starved athletes at the Winter Olympics are hitting up the dating app Tinder for some off-the-slopes action while stuck in the sleepy section of Sochi, pro athletes said. The pretty year-old admits she had to reign-in her use of the app, which uses GPS to connect singles with people nearby, she said. Read Next. Celebs turn out to honor French president at White House.
Tinder is a location-based dating app that lets you swipe through prospective dates nearby. You can swipe right for yes, left for no, and if there’s.
By Daily Mail Reporter. Looking for love at the Olympics can be tough for competing athletes. But the app Tinder, which helps users browse all the single people in one area, has turned dating at Sochi into its own sport. The app Tinder, which helps users browse all the single people in one area, has turned dating at Sochi into its own sport with skiers Joss Christensen, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper admitting to using it. Tinder, which won best new start-up of at the Crunchie Awards, is praised for its easy-to-use design.
Profiles contain a photo and a handful of basic facts, and users simply swipe through the hundreds of profiles located in their area to find a match. Swiping to the left means not interested, swiping to the right is a yes.
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There are some cuties on there. Los Angeles-based Tinder became popular last year for allowing users to quickly begin conversations with others they find attractive. To use the app, users first create a profile with information about themselves and upload pictures. Tinder then recommends users to them.
Does the assertion that this tracksuit-clad quartet is Amazonian and sexy detract from their skill as world-class athletes? The Winter Olympics has been a revelation. The snowboarding, skiing and the like have acquainted us, once again, with the joys that are to be had watching people slide and skid towards a three-tiered podium.
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Women’s freestyle skiing slopestyle gold medalist Dara Howell of Canada celebrates during the medals ceremony at the Winter Olympics, Tuesday, Feb. After U. The location-based app, which uses Facebook photos to create a profile, pairs up people with fellow Tinder users based on their proximity to each other. Storified by CTVNews.
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CNN — It’s Valentine’s Day, and the Olympic village is in the mood — at least that’s the story according to one champion athlete at this month’s Games. Slopestyle gold medalist Jamie Anderson revealed she had to delete her account with online dating app Tinder before her snowboard event in order to focus on the Olympics.
Weekly published Wednesday. In the mountain village it’s all athletes. It’s hilarious. There are some cuties on there. I deleted my account to focus on the Olympics. Tinder is a matchmaking app for smartphones that facilitates communication between nearby users, prompting them to decide whether they like each other on the basis of a photograph and a brief profile.
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Tinder works by introducing people looking for a date by using geolocation to detect potential couples in reasonable proximity to each other. Each person sees a photo of the other. Swiping left tells the system you are not interested, but swiping right connects the parties to a private chatroom. Its use, according to the Mail report, is widespread among athletes in Sochi.
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Earlier this week, we learned that the Olympic village in Sochi was, somewhat predictably, a hot spot for the dating app Tinder. With all those toned young people crammed together, who would have thought otherwise? And thanks to the new but thorough Tumblr Sochitinder , we get to see what they look like doing it.
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