"I said that a long time ago and definitely took it back," Teter said of comments she made to Time magazine. "I decided I want to represent the U.S. and show what snowboarding's all about."
"When you see every other person fall, you know something's wrong," said American Hannah Teter, who took gold in 2006 and silver four years ago. "It's a little dangerous. I've seen more people fall today than I saw all season. It's dangerous because it's crappy."