SOCHI, Russia – The 2014 Olympics have had its ups and downs, with some of the downs published on Twitter under the hashtag #sochiproblems.
Adding to the list of problems during the Olympic games, Kate Hansen, a BYU sophomore and a member of the Team USA's women's luge team, posted a video on her YouTube channel of what she says appears to be a wolf roaming the halls of her hotel.
The video and tweet went viral with more than 700,000 views and more than 2,000 retweets.
Hansen @anngaff Not gonna lie... I'd have madetarget="_blank" href="http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865596215/Mormons-in-the-Olympics-Kate-Hansen-slides-to-10th-in-luge.html">placed 10th overall in the mistake of trying to pet it. Wolves are onewomen's luge on Monday and gained an international fan base after her pre-race dance routine caught the attention of my favorite animals.— Randy Watson (@ACCBiggz)viewers, including February 20, 2014
On Thursday afternoon, the United States Luge Association confirmed to Inside Edition that the video was a prank orchestrated by the athlete and late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel.
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