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Radio host fired over lewd comments about Chloe Kim

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U.S. snowboarder Chloe Kim won the gold medal in women's halfpipe on Monday. As the 17-year-old from California became the talk of the sports world for her talents and Twitter savvy, one radio host found himself out of a job when his Kim commentary crossed the line.

In a broadcast on Barstool Radio's Dialed-In with Dallas Braden, co-host Patrick Connor made sexually charged remarks about Kim.

Connor said via Deadspin:

"No doubt, and in fact just to keep it on that tip, her 18th birthday is April 23, and the countdown is on baby, 'cause I got my Wooderson going. "That's what I like about them high school girls."

He continued:

"She's fine as hell! If she was 18, you wouldn't be ashamed to say that she's a little hot piece of (expletive). And she is. She is adorable. I'm a huge Chloe Kim fan."

As Connor's comment made its way around social media, the host took to Twitter and apologized.

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Come Wednesday, though, Connor would be fired from his sports-radio job at KNBR in San Francisco. The station's parent company, Cumulus Media, confirmed Connor's firing to USA TODAY Sports.

You can read more from USA TODAY Sports.

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