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See what it was like to be a U.S. Olympian at the closing ceremony

See you in 2022!

The 2018 Winter Olympics are coming to a close, and now it’s time to reflect on all the great moments the games have brought the world. We got to see Mirai Nagasu deliver a triple axel, Chloe Kim tweet in the middle of getting a gold medal, and the United States Women’s hockey team winning gold for the first time since 1998 in a shootout against their Canadian rivals.

But before the games came to an official close, the athletes participated in the closing ceremony. Here are just a few Olympians who shared their experience participating in the Olympic closing ceremony.

But first, you have to get a group selfie with all your fellow Olympians. That’s the first step to conclude the games.

What a view to close out the games, made even better by what looks like a 3D Soohorang, the Olympic mascot, inside a heart. It looks great on the broadcast, but it probably looks even better in person.

When the Olympics are over and you have to go home

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We feel the same way now that the Olympics are behind us, Madison Chock. See y’all in Beijing in 2022!