This week’s chairlift chat is with Ivica Kostelic about what it means to be an Olympian. Ivica won Olympic medals in 2006 in Torino, 2010 in Vancouver, and 2014 in Sochi. This year he’s in PyeongChang helping the Croatian Team.
Ivica explains that being an Olympian is the biggest thing in sport and how it’s not always about winning, it’s about unity. It’s about everyone coming together in peace.
Then Ivica discusses his next goal, a 400 km polar expedition across Iceland, in the wilderness with no resupply. The goal is to not touch anything that has to do with civilization for the entire three-week trip. He describes his grueling daily routine and food consumption planning among many other things.
If you like the Olympics and want to learn what a 4-time Olympic Medalist with 59 World Cup Podiums thinks of the Olympics, you don’t want to miss this week’s chairlift chat!