His trademark facial feature isn't quite as luscious as it used to be, but he still reeks of Winter Olympics nostalgia heading into next month's Winter Games, where he will be part of the NBC broadcast team.
Ohno remains the most decorated winter Olympian of all time, last competing in the 2010 Games. They hone their skills for years before finally reaching a stage to compete against the world's top athletes.
Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie."But I think for sure, international cultures are a beautiful thing. That's why campaigns like Hershey are fun." Ohno, who jokingly said he used to eat chocolate bars before, during and after competing, said that he thought it was needed for a "quintessential American brand" like Hershey to put support behind Team USA.The United States has always been a melting pot of all different types of cultures of people and the Olympics is one of those phenomenons that happen once every four years. Obviously, my passion is on behalf of the Olympic Games and what that movement stands for." Ohno, 35, says he has offices around the world and can find friends from his skating days most places he goes. "Especially in times now where there is so much separation amongst the different belief systems in the United States," he said.Glorious goatees, gold medals and heart-pumping speed-skating bring one man to mind when it comes to legends of the Winter Olympics.Apolo Anton Ohno is known for his brilliance on the short track, carving ice chips into the air; reaching the podium; beating out opponents and setting world records.