(AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo walked into the warm press room tent after winning a gold medal in the men's sprint wearing a winter hat.

That wouldn't be at all unusual except for the fact Norway's cross-country skiing star had just spent the better part of a very long day on the course NOT wearing anything on his head, despite the well-documented frigid temperatures at the Pyeongchang Games. He was the only skier seen in the finals not wearing something warm on his head.

So what gives?

"That's a good question," Klaebo said with a laugh. "Now that we are done (competng) I can just relax and keep warm. When I am doing the final it's so much adrenaline and you are just focusing on what you are going to do, so then it would be too warm to have a hat on." 

Or maybe he's just too young to know the difference.

Kleabo's victory made him the youngest gold-medal winner in men's cross-country skiing in the Olympic Games.

"That's pretty cool," he said.

A lot like his head in the bitter Pyeongchang wind.