By now you guys have all probably seen the press release’s about last night. But for those of you who haven’t yet, I finally go on the podium
It was a tough night though. I was debating if I should go in it all night. There were several reasons I didn’t think I should do it. I hit my head in training and because the landing was so flat, it was hurting my knee. At the last minute I decided to go into it and I think my decision was purely based on the fact that the crowd watching had a lot of Australians in it, and I wanted to give them a show.
I seriously thought I was going to get 4th last night because I qualified 4th into finals and my bib number was 4. It just seemed like it was meant to be. But I somehow managed to pull it together and get on the podium.
It’s been a long season with a lot of up’s and downs. Its crazy to think how upset I was about everything the day before and how much of a turn around I had yesterday. Skiing is a crazy sport and I guess I have to learn to juggle my emotions a little better haha.
The plan now is to film for two weeks with MSP and then I think I am going to Mexico for a week with Laura and her family before I have to fly back to the Australian winter.