Panthers Coach Ron Rivera 'Inspired' To Try Snowboarding After Watching Olympics

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- American Chloe Kim's gold-medal performance in the women's snowboard halfpipe captured the hearts of fans nationwide, including Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera.

In fact, Rivera was so inspired by the 17-year-old's performance that the Panthers coach took to Twitter to announce he wants to give snowboarding a try.

RELATED: Chloe Kim wins gold in women's snowboard halfpipe at 2018 Winter Olympics

Panthers kicker Graham Gano was also impressed by Kim's dominant ride. The Pro Bowl kicker took to Twitter to congratulate the teen.

But unlike his 56-year-old coach, Gano did not vow that he will hit the slopes.

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Rivera may not be the same athlete that he was during his playing days as a linebacker for the Chicago Bears, but we'd love to see him give the bunny hill at Appalachian Ski Mtn. a try.

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