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Lindsey Vonn's Pics Capture Olympic Spirit at Closing Ceremony

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    American Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn, freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy and Pita Taufatofua, the shirtless Tongan flag bearer and cross-country skier, posed for photos and selfies on Sunday at the 2018 Winter Olympics' Closing Ceremony in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

    "Wow, what an amazing night!" Vonn, who won a bronze medal in the downhill event, wrote on Instagram. "Loved the energy that everyone brought to closing ceremonies. It was a privilege to walk with all of these amazing athletes ."

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    The three-time Olympian posted selfies and photos with Kenworthy, who did not medal but is leaving Pyeongchang with a puppy he rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm, Matt Hamilton, who helped Team USA's curling team win a gold medal, Nick Baumgartner, who placed fourth in the men's snowboard cross final, and Taufatofua, who was the sole representative for Tonga and appeared shirtless as its flag bearer at both the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

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    Kenworthy also took to Instagram to post a picture with fan-favorite Adam Rippon, who helped Team USA's figure skating team win bronze in the team event. 

    "Two weeks ago, at opening ceremonies, we met and a friendship began," Kenworthy wrote. "Today, at closing ceremonies, it ends. Adam, please stop calling me. You're honestly starting to get v clingy and I can't anymore."

    Vonn also posed for a selfie with Maia Shibutani as part of the Closing Ceremony festivies to cap off would could be her last Olympics as a competitor. 


    See photos from the 2018 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony and watch the 2018 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony on NBC and on NBCOlympics.com at 8 p.m.

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