U.S. Bobsledder Escapes Sochi Bathroom - Gets Trapped in Elevator

By Matt Vespa | February 10, 2014 | 1:13pm EST

It might be time for U.S. Olympic bobsledder Johnny Quinn to consider changing hotels.

As some of you already know, the living arrangements in Russia at Sochi Olympics are either lethal or, at least, less than hospitable. There’s running water that's not clean, live wires in the showers, toilets that can't flush, broken door-knobs, and hotels that don't have finished lobbies.

Over the weekend, our own U.S. team suffered their own set of Sochi problems when U.S. bobsledder Johnny Quinn found himself trapped in his bathroom after taking a shower. This is the Olympics – and Quinn didn't have time for messed up doors. He used his training to break out.

And today, Quinn found himself stuck in an elevator.

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