The first competition I ever won was the second competition I ever competed in. It was in Central Park in New York. And I remember the little girls who had perfect dresses and they had been skating for years and they all knew one another. They were all from Long Island and Manhattan and I was from Connecticut and there was nobody else that I knew. And when the scores went up on the board on the wall, they all looked at me and pointed and said, “You won!” And I was shocked because I wasn’t as good as they were. So I don’t know how I won. And I think — you know, I never liked competition ever. It was always far too nerve-wracking. But I did well, so I guess that’s why I kept doing it. And in order to get to do what I do today, I had to compete and I had to win a gold medal.