U.S. Olympic skier Devin Logan secured a silver medal in the inaugural women's slopestyle competition on Tuesday. Here's a rundown of how she got in the right mindset before her run:
Morning before her medal:
Devin woke up around 7 a.m., grabbed a banana and downed a cup of coffee. "I get a little nervous before I compete, especially here. So I kept breakfast light," she said.
While walking up to the course, the skier says she imagines herself landing her run. Tunes help too. "I'm always listening to music to get into the zone," she said.
DMX's "X Gon' Give It To Ya," and "Ruff Ryders' Anthem" are two of her faves while competing. And she listens to them over and over: "I'm always restarting it so it doesn't stop in the middle of my run."
Devin is known for "barking" at her teammates: "It's a little thing we do to get pumped up and ready for runs."
Life after medal:
The skier will celebrate her 21st birthday on the 17th in the Athlete's Village, where she says she'll keep it "mellow." "I don't want to get kicked out of the Olympics," she joked.
She'll then head to Las Vegas with friends — and may even get a tattoo! While her mom Nancy wasn't thrilled about that last part, Devin says it's still up for discussion: "We'll talk about it when I'm home."
Steve Veres is an editor for TODAY.com. Follow his Olympic adventures in Sochi via Twitter.