In the inaugural “The Bachelor Winter Games,” previous contestants from "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" reunited at a winter resort in Manchester, Vermont, to compete with contestants from many international adaptations of the franchise in various winter sports challenges. The competitors were fighting for the winning title, but they were also there hoping to find love.
The games kicked off with an opening ceremony and parade hosted by Chris Harrison and Hannah Storm. Winter sports featured in the competition included the biathlon, skiing, and figure skating.
After four rounds of grueling competition, it was Ashley Iaconetti, representing Team USA, and Kevin Wendt, representing Team Canada, who stood at the top of the podium. They not only left the show with gold medals but also in an exclusive relationship.
On the reunion show for “The Bachelor Winter Games,” Benoît Beauséjour-Savard of Team Canada surprised everyone when he dropped to one knee and proposed to Claire Crawley of Team USA. She happily accepted and the two became engaged surrounded by their Bachelor family from all over the world.