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When 27-year-old Olympic slopestyle skier McRae Williams was 10, his father became ill and died. His mother worked hard to ensure he could continue to pursue his dreams as a skier and, thanks to her efforts, Williams built an impressive career. Earlier this year, the Park City, Utah, native, qualified for his first Olympics. His road to PyeongChang, however, wasn't always smooth. He couldn't break through. He got in his head. It wasn't until Williams learned to harness the power of mindfulness, visualization, and positive thinking, that he unlocked his potential as a skier and got the results he always dreamed of. Starting the winter of 2015/16 with a World Cup victory, McRae ripped off a series of wins and podium finishes that resulted in an X Games silver medal, the gold at the slopestyle World Championship, and the overall World Cup Crystal Globe for slopestyle. For Williams, his career started with his physical training and athleticism, but it evolved when he began to realize his mental strength.