Do you think that all of your Olympic training over the two years you took off helped you this last year of college sailing?
JM: I think so. One of the things I got pretty good at is peaking at the right time. Even though I would have a bad result, I would try not to think too much about it because there are other details you're trying to get better at. So, I would go into an event saying, 'Okay, I'm going to practice my pin starts,' and then try to win the pin. So, I would evaluate an event depending on how I did in that aspect, not in the result, and that would let me peak at the right moment, so to speak. So, that's one of the things that definitely helped a lot. And then the other thing is that we, for once, had a windy regatta at a College Nationals, so I guess that sailing Lasers helped a lot.