Top 10 Coolest Olympics Safety Helmets

Canada’s John Fairbairn speeds down during an unofficial men’s skeleton progressive training at the Sanki sliding center in Rosa Khutor, sporting a bright, neon brain on his helmet.
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Check the coolest Olympics safety helmets from around the world and it’s up to you to add number 10, post us your favorite and we’ll add it here!

Here is your chance to interact with our website, we have chosen 9 of the best Olympic helmets and we would like you to chose the tenth just post you entires below and we will credit it to you at the bottom of the article when a winner has been chosen.

Canandian Jan Hudec and his personalized helmet.
Personalized helmets are not a new thing. Slovenia’s Tina Maze wore this spooky helmet at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver
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Canandian Jan Hudec and his personalized helmet.
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Katie Uhlaender and a bald eagle.
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Canadian Olympic athlete Mellisa Hollingsworth and her horse skeleton.
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British skeleton racer Shelley Rudman’s toothy helmet at the World Cup in Koenigssee, Germany.
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Canadian skeleton athlete Sarah Reid displays her eerie helmet during her training session at the Sanki Sliding Centre.
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Patriotic Eric Neilson had two eyes and Canada’s iconic maple leaf drawn on his helmet.
So inspired by her doodles, Spence commissioned O’Blenes in December 2013 to create something special for his trip to Sochi — a helmet with a one-of-a-kind design.
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Gillian O’Blenes is a 17-year-old Calgary girl who turned to art to help pull her through her battle with cancer.
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During the young dancer’s treatment she was introduced to Brad Spence, a Sochi-bound skier who broke his leg just before the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin. It was during one of his regular visits to the hospital to see O’Blenes that the skier caught the 17-year-old girl doing something “amazing.” O’Blenes uses “zen doodling” to pass the time while in hospital.

So inspired by her doodles, Spence commissioned O’Blenes in December 2013 to create something special for his trip to Sochi — a helmet with a one-of-a-kind design.

Top 10 Coolest Olympics Safety Helmets

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