Russian curler Anastasia Bryzgalova is sending the internet into a frenzy - as much for what she's done off the ice as on it.
Social media is going wild for Russian curler Anastasia Bryzgalova, 25, whose icy stare has set many hearts a-flutter during the Pyeongchang Games.
The Russians' win on Tuesday gives them the distinction of nabbing the first-ever Olympic medal in mixed doubles curling.
One person described her as looking like a "freaking model".
Anastasia competes with her husband.
Her team of Russian athletes ended up winning the bronze medal in mixed doubles curling after beating Norway 8-4. Mixed Doubles curling made its debut as an Olympic event at the 2018 games in South Korea, and history will show Anastasia and Aleksandr were the first to claim a medal in the event.
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Some even compared her to American actress Megan Fox.
The athlete married her curling partner Alexander Krushelnitskiy in June 2017 and the couple enjoyed a sun soaked honeymoon in Spain.
But lest you think Anastasia is all looks and brawn, the athlete also comes equipped with a master's degree from the Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health.
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What may have been perceived as a novelty event when it first became an Olympic event, with many critics lamenting its inclusion has since become a big ratings driver and many fans staying up late at night to watch. The Hamiltons used their more accurate delivery to overcome the Russian pair, whose past success includes a gold medal at the 2016 world championship.
However, 168 evidently clean athletes are taking part under the banner of "Olympic Athlete from Russia", wearing neutral colours.