16 Skeleton Helmets From The Winter Olympics That Are Pure Fire On Ice

Including "Iron Man."

Skeleton athletes are bringing fire to the Winter Olympics with their epic helmet designs.

Our favorite has to be the “Iron Man”-style helmet worn by South Korea’s Yun Sung-Bin, who won the men’s skeleton event on Friday to nab the host country’s second gold at the Winter Games.

Check out 16 of the best designs below:

Yun Sung-Bin (South Korea)
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Joseph Luke Cecchini (Italy)
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Kevin Boyer (Canada)
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Hiroatsu Takahashi (Japan)
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Maria Marinela Mazilu (Romania)
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Ander Mirambell (Spain)
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Katie Uhlaender (U.S.)
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Barrett Martineau (Canada)
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Akwasi Frimpong (Ghana)
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Jaclyn Narracott (Australia)
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Mirela Rahneva (Canada)
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Kim Meylemans (Belgium)
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Axel Jungk (Germany)
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Alexander Henning Hanssen (Norway)
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John Farrow (Australia)
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Adam Edelman (Israel)
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CORRECTION: A previous version of this story indicated South Korea’s Yun Sung-Bin won the country’s first gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics. In fact, it was the second.