Probably the ’86 nationals. That was my first real national title and first real statement I ever made in figure skating, and my life changed after I returned.
I tell people I’m too stupid to know what’s impossible. I have ridiculously large dreams, and half the time they come true.
What was most important to me at the Olympics was going out there and performing my best. When I messed up the first jump combination, which was my big move, it hit me that I messed up the program of my life.