Even when I was on the world team two years before the Olympics, with ice skating you just never know that you’re going to make it. And even then I thought, ‘Well gee, I hope I make the Olympic team in 1976.” There was never any thought that, “Yes, I’m going to make the team, and yeah, I could win a medal.” You know, deep down inside I knew that if I worked really hard and if I skated my best, I had a really good shot at making the team, and I had a really good shot at winning a medal. And this is when I was already number two in the world. So you know, I was never that confident, but I knew if I did all the right things, I had a shot at it.