"It was kind of hurry up and then wait, but that's all right," said Fletcher, whose brother Taylor is also on the U.S. team. "They want the best conditions for everyone, and it makes it easier on us when the landing hill is in perfect condition."
"I think that situation is a little bit different. Those World Cups were several weeks ago," Fletcher said Monday. "I am working to figure out the rhythm of this hill, and we'll see what happens."