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“What blows me away is what it represents. I’ve never owned something that has so much meaning attached to it”. Two weeks after his bronze medal showing at the #Pyeongchang Games, I caught up with @billy_morgman in London.
Like part one of my conversation with Billy, during which we examined his approach to life and snowboarding, and dug deep into his mental and physical preparation for the Olympics, this is a conversation on two levels.
Firstly – of course – we discuss all thing Pyeongchang, and get right into the details of exactly how it went down during the Slopestyle and Big Air. We discuss his mental preparation, relationship with coach Hamish McKnight, and the fine margins and infinitesimal decisions that make the difference.
But on another level, this one is about Billy the human, and how he’s coping with one of the defining moments of his life as it unfolds around him. As you might expect if you listened to part one, Billy tells that part of the story with the pitiless honesty, self deprecating humour and humbleness that make him such a popular figure in the snowboarding community.
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“What blows me away is what it represents. I’ve never owned something that has so much meaning attached to it”.
Snowboarder, Olympic bronze medalist and all round legend Billy Morgan on how it went down at the Olympics, the aftermath, and what comes next. This follow up to my first conversation with Billy is essential listening.