We’re finally getting a glimpse of how the Olympic games will play out in London.
But while there have been rumors about the possibility of athletes from the United States participating, no concrete information has been released yet.
As we learn more, it’s becoming more and more clear that Jenner is a part-time competitor in the Olympics.
The reality star has already been on television in Rio and has been photographed wearing a medal in Rio, and she was recently featured on NBC’s “Today” show, where she was introduced as “the most popular Olympian of all time.”
But the reality star is not just a celebrity who’s making an appearance on TV.
Jenner also has her own business, L’Oréal Beauty, that she owns.
As a part owner of L’Oreal, she has access to exclusive samples, the latest in makeup technology, and other products that have not yet made it into the Olympic market.
In the wake of the Sochi Winter Olympics, Jenner has also announced that she’s going to make her Olympic debut.
“I’m going to represent my country in the Winter Olympics,” she said during an interview on “Today.”
“I don’t think there’s any doubt in my mind that I’m going.
I’m a big fan of this sport and I think it’s going in the right direction.”
But that isn’t to say that Jenner isn’t interested in competing in the London Games.
The 23-year-old beauty is currently competing in a cross country race.
She won a gold medal in the women’s 4x400m freestyle in Rio in February and then took bronze in the 400m breaststroke.
And in the men’s 4×100m freewheel, Jenner also took bronze.
In addition to the Olympics, she also is competing in “Dancing with the Stars,” the world’s biggest stage-and-paint competition, in March.