Chloe Kim Tweeted While Competing In The Olympics & It Was Truly Inspirational 

In case you’ve been living under a rock, the 2018 Winter Olympic Games have been underway, and the athletes competing have been nothing short of inspirational.

On Tuesday, 17-year old Chloe Kim captured first place in the women’s halfpipe producing the greatest run in Olympic history, according to The Telegraph. But what might be more amazing is what Kim did during her runs.

In true millennial style, Kim pulled out her phone in between her runs and tweeted, “Could be down for ice cream.” (Another Twitter user, of course, clocked her for tweeting by asking "Aren't you competing right now?" to which she replied "yes..."

And the following day, during her runs, tweeted, “Wish I finished my breakfast sandwich but my stubborn self decided not to and now I’m getting hangry.”  She then placed her headphones back in her ears and performed a gold medal-worthy performance.

What might be even more impressive was her overall score of 98.25 which was barely rivaled by a second-place finish by China’s Jiayu Liu at 89.75.

Kim, daughter of a South Korean immigrant, was introduced to the sport when her dad took her along as a decoy in hopes to get her mother to learn how to board, according to The Washington Post. One day on the slopes and Kim knew she had found her passion.

Kim’s emotional medal ceremony at the 2018 Winter Games and outstanding performance shows she’s far from normal, even her Twitter suggests otherwise.