Things are getting icy over in Beijing—and we’re not just talking about the 2022 Winter Olympics. From speed skating to curling, athletes and pros of all winter sports are ready to give their all in hopes of getting the gold, many of them doing so while decked out in diamonds.
Ice on ice? Now that’s a concept we can get behind. From Jessie Diggins’ engagement ring to Eileen Gu’s stylish stacks, below are some seriously talented athletes who happen to love diamond jewelry as much as we do.
Olympic skier Jessie Diggins showed off her diamond engagement ring back in 2020 after saying yes to her fiancé. We love the round solitaire diamond set on a twist pavé band.
Snowboarder Chloe Kim accessorizes with dainty diamond studs up her ear, the perfect fashion statement without getting in the way of some serious shredding.
Competing for her ancestral country of China during the Winter Olympics, freestyle skier Eileen Gu also serves as brand ambassador for Tiffany & Co. and Louis Vuitton, and even attended the Met Gala for the first time last year. And she certainly loves some good sparkle, as seen here on her gold chain jewelry featuring some pavé accents
Although not a diamond wearer himself, we love the diamond ring Alpine skier Bryce Bennett picked out for his fiancée: a solitaire diamond set on a thick, rose gold pavé band.
Ice skater Karen Chen is back for the 2022 Olympics, and hopefully, she’ll be bringing these dainty butterfly diamond studs with her for good luck!
Dutch speed skater Suzanne Schulting loves a good earscape and is never without at least a few huggies and hoops lining her ears, some of them even adorned with pavé diamonds.
Doubles figure skater Madison Chock loves to play with her jewelry on the ice, and is often spotted wearing studs, stacking rings and these diamond crawlers during her routine. Fun fact: her skating partner Evan Bates is also her husband!