Olympic Gold Medalist Sage Kotsenburg Gets Replica Made From Bacon
Sage Kotsenberg is a 20-year old snowboarder who won the first ever Olympic gold medal in the men's snowboard slopestyle in Sochi. Not only was he the first gold medalist in the Winter Olympic games, but he did not get a chance to celebrate much since he left the Olympic Village after winning.
Godshall's Meats, located in Telford, Pennsylvania heard about Kotsenburg's story and his love for bacon and decided to do something special for him. The company, which was founded in 1945, created a replica Olympic medal made out of bacon. They even delivered it to New York so they could hand deliver it to Kotsenburg, while he was filming some talk show appearances.
The big question is whether Kotsenburg will display the bacon medal next to his Olympic gold or eat it one night when he gets a bad case of the bacon munchies.