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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Olympic Fashion: What They're Wearing In Sochi

Published 5 February 2014

Olympic games aren't just about athletic excellence. It seems they are also a competition of colorful and sometimes questionable clothing choices. Here's a look at the occasionally far out fashions that teams and competitors from around the world are sporting.


The Norwegian men's curling team shows off their Loudmouth Golf-designed uniforms.


German Olympic and Paralympic team members model their warm weather gear in Dusseldorf, Germany.


Members of the Kazakhstan delegation marching in Sochi's Olympic village on February 4, 2014.


Mexican-born skier Hubertus of Hohenlohe shows off his racing suit for the Sochi Olympic Games.


Czech ski jumpers model their Olympic outfits in Prague on January 20, 2014.


The Georgian team's Olympic clothing bears a close resemblance to the country's flag.


The U.S. team's official opening ceremony parade uniforms were designed by Ralph Lauren.


Russian athletes pose for the press in Moscow during the presentation of the uniforms for the Russian national Olympic team.


Ukrainian uniforms incorporate the blue and yellow of the country's flag.


Russian President Vladimir Putin wears the official jacket for volunteers during a visit to a volunteer training center on January 4, 2014.


The official uniforms for the torch relay for the Sochi Olympics.


Members of China's Olympic team wear long, bright red coats, reflecting the color of the communist country's flag.