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The adrenaline junkie married fellow ski champion Dougie Crawford in 2014.
Pyeongchang - The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics are freezing cold but they might just be the hottest dating spot on the planet right now - no wonder organisers dished out a record 110 000 condoms.Competitors and support staff have put their profiles on dating/hook-up app Tinder, along with visiting journalists and many others in South Korea for the Olympics.Pyeongchang, something of a backwater hardly famed for being a dating hotspot, suddenly finds itself just that.One Tinder user, going by the name Beulah, aged 32, wrote on her profile: "Yahoo says Tinder is super blowing up in Pyeongchang right now so I added the app because what do you think..."I'm also fun and stuff and could go for a drink and watch some curling."Tinder confirms there has been a massive surge in use in the Pyeongchang area."They may have the illusion they can settle down whenever they want to, but they can’t and until they do decide they want a lasting relationship will they realise they are unable to; that’s when I’ll see them in my office," she told .
“There's something about autumn and winter that makes me want someone with whom to snuggle on the sofa, go ice skating and hold hands on crisp walks.
However, come summer, said singletons are ready to abandon their adult sleepover buddy for a season of lust, not love.
It's particularly common in twenty-something daters, notes relationships psychologist Madeleine Mason.
"Singles who display this type of dating pattern are unable to commit," the Passion Smiths director said.
"They use summer fun and friends as an excuse for this pattern, but in reality it is because they are unable to form lasting romantic bonds.
After retiring from international competition in 2014, the the Brighton-born star began broadcasting.