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U.S. bobsledder rips locked door open to escape Sochi bathroom

Just because the games have started doesn't mean the madness ends.

U.S. bobsledder rips locked door open to escape Sochi bathroom

Just because the games have started doesn't mean the madness ends.

Johnny Quinn of the U.S. bobsled team was grabbing a quick shower before an appearance on The Today Show, and everything was going great. Afterward, he was reminded that this was a shower in Sochi, where the doors don't open again after you close them behind you, apparently.

Quinn's "bobsled training" apparently included a Kill Bill-style punching sequence, which kind of makes you want to take a peek at the U.S. bobsledding training manual.
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