Listen as U.S. Olympian hopefuls share quotes that have inspired them in their medal pursuit.
[MUSIC PLAYING] Hi, my name's Kelly Clark. I compete snowboard halfpipe, and I'm from Mammoth Lakes, California. There's a quote that I love from this guy named Kris Vallotton, and it says, Vision gives pain a purpose. And so it's really good to have perspective of where you want to go, because it helps you make the day-to-day choices that help you get there.
Hey, I'm Gus Kenworthy. I'm 22 years old, and I'm a freeskier, competing in slopestyle and halfpipe, from Telluride, Colorado. One quote that I kind of try and live by is by Steve Prefontaine. And it just says, To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift.
Hi, I'm Heather McPhie, freestyle mogul skier, Olympic hopeful for the Sochi 2014 games. Really excited about it. One of my favorite quotes right now is, Move your body, and your heart will follow.
Hi, everybody. My name is Greta Eliasson. I'm a slopestyle freeskier. I'm from Salt Lake City, Utah. My mom and dad got me on the slopes, and they're definitely my inspiration. And they always told me, Greta, if it's not fun, you don't have to do it, so I'm all about the fun.
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