Russian female athlete Anastasia Bryzgalova drew attention at the 2018 Winter Olympics because of her beauty resembling actress Angelina Jolie.
Anastasia Bryzgalova, a 25-year-old curling athlete, drew attention at the 2018 Winter Olympics because of her beauty resembling beautiful actresses like Adriana Lima, Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie. Anastasia Bryzgalova was married to teammate Alexander Krushelnitskiy in June last year. That couple then enjoyed their honeymoon in Spain.
Bryzgalova and her husband won the championship at the Mixed Doubles Curling World Championship in Karlstad (Sweden) in 2016. Anastasia came to this sport in 2009.
Russia is not allowed to participate in the Winter Olympics after being caught in a doping scandal. However, Anastasia Bryzgalova and 167 other Russian athletes who were proved to be clean came to the 2018 Winter Olympics as the Olympic athlete from Russia (OAR). They wear uniforms with the OAR logo on, and if they win a medal, the Olympic soundtrack will be played instead of the Russian national anthem.
Mixed curling is one of the latest competitions to be present at the 2018 Winter Olympics. The competition kicked off last Thursday. Anastasia and Alexander have been defeated by Becca and Matt Hamilton’s sisters from the American sports team.
In addition to talent, her beauty at the Winter Olympics had also become a hot topic on Twitter. With an attractive face, the Russian female athlete had more fans even though not everyone understands about curling.
Many netizens compared her to the famous Hollywood actresses Angelina Jolie and Megan Fox. Some netizens also said that they were suddenly interested in curling thanks to Bryzgalova’s attractive appearance. However, only regret that in the competition, the couple Krushelnitsky and Bryzgalova missed the opportunity to be present in the Olympic finals after defending world champions pair Jenny Perret and Martin Rios of Switzerland defeated 7- 5 in the semi-finals tense. However, they were comforted after defeating the Norwegian pair 8-4 in the bronze battle to win the first Russian medal in curling content.