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Beijing Winter Olympians to Follow on TikTok

13 Beijing Winter Olympians to Follow on TikTok

Beijing Winter Olympians to Follow on TikTok

The 2022 Beijing Olympics are well underway, and we've already seen medals and record-breaking performances. In figure skating, Nathan Chen performed his highest-scoring short program ever in the team event, only to beat that score days later in the individual short-program competition. The "Quad King" also set a new short-program world record with his individual skate. Speaking of records, 15-year-old Russian skater Kamila Valieva became the first woman to successfully land a quad jump at the Olympics.

Snowboarder Julia Marino won Team USA's first medal of the Games — a silver in women's snowboard slopestyle — and San Francisco's Eileen Gu, representing China, claimed freeski big air gold with a jump she'd never attempted before. Abby Roque also made her mark on history as the first Indigenous woman to play for USA Hockey at the Olympics.

We've seen scary crashes and head-turning performances, and there's still so much more to come before the closing ceremony on Feb. 20. And while we know what the athletes face on the course, in the rink, and in front of the judges, they are our best tour guides around the Olympic Village — and our most trusted source on what training looks like within the bubble. Ahead, check out Beijing Olympic athletes to follow on TikTok — and prepare for some behind-the-scenes action.

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