The Olympics are probably the time when the entire world collectively cares the most about sports, and it's always exciting to cheer on the men and women who've been selected to represent your country. It just feels like we probably owe them better outfits.
There are routinely baffling choices made by Olympic costume designers, and while they ultimately aren't the biggest deal, it's impossible not to look back on some of them and laugh. In particular, these 14 are pretty hilariously awful.
The 1960 Australia team looks like a bunch of Charlie Brown clones.
Okay, whose idea was it to skate in velour tracksuits?
Between the collage colors and matching shades, Canada's outfit from 1992 is the most 90s thing ever.
Norway, we need to talk...
America took its reputation maybe just a tad too literally in 1984...
And then of course Canada did much the same in 1988.
The outfits just get more ridiculous from here...
Why did Spain want their players to look like fast food employees?
Australia apparently has a thing for dad fashion, especially if their 1992 getup has anything to say about it.
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