Okay Adam, you raced to a very strong runner-up finish last Saturday at Salt Lake City and looked and sounded very happy afterwards. A good effort to your way of seeing things?
Actually, I wasn’t too happy after Salt Lake, to be honest. I think sometimes after the races, even if it doesn’t go so well, when I go up on the podium I try to represent myself and my sponsors the best way I can and that’s definitely not by letting all your emotions show and being overly sad or mad or any of those emotions. For me, there have been a bunch of races this year where I’ve been close to winning, but I haven’t won. There was a specific instance where I didn’t change my line in the second set of whoops this past weekend in Salt Lake. I kind of figured it out with about five laps to go and the line ended up being about a half second faster. When you get done with the race you immediately think, ‘Man, what if I had adapted just a little bit sooner and was able to fix that section?’ I was actually pretty mad, to be honest with you, but I tried to do a good job of kind of keeping my emotions in check when I was up on that podium.