Colorado's senators are celebrating the Winter Olympics by doing some training of their own.

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"Since Colorado has the most #WinterOlympics athletes of any state, @SenBennetCO and I decided to have our very own bipartisan Senate-style Olympics," Gardner tweeted.


The two senators then take to the hallway to try their hand at the icy stone-sliding sport.

"Good luck to all of the Coloradans competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics," the video says at the end.