Congratulations on being selected to your second Olympic Games. How are you feeling about it?
Finn: I'm super stoked. It’s a huge honour to be representing my country again and I’m excited to be going to the games.
What have you been working on lately? What can we expect to see from you at games time?
Finn: I guess in the last four years, just trying to keep up with the progression. Our sport moves very quickly and especially in terms of like jumps and rails and what not. So just trying to keep up and get my run kind of sorted for the games coming up.
What does it mean to you to have the fern on your chest?
Finn: I think for me, wearing the fern is just about representing something bigger than yourself. It’s a huge honour to represent your country, especially in the sport that you care about the most.
Why do you do it? What do you enjoy about it?
Finn: The thing for me about skiing is the freedom to express yourself for a moment. It's an amazing platform to have a creative outlook, it’s a unique sport.
What's the plan between now and games time? What are you up to?
Finn: I guess since locked down, we're playing a bit of a catch up right now. I am trying to learn some new tricks to perform at the Olympics, so it’s going to be a busy spring and I am looking forward to the challenge.Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games