It's a big week for the Sheehan family in the halfpipe event.
First off Lyndon Sheehan will be gunning for a spot in the men's ski halfpipe final at the Sochi Winter Olympics early on Wednesday (AEDT) - representing New Zealand.
Then two days later, sister Amy, who represents Australia, will compete in the women's ski halfpipe.
The siblings definitely appreciate the support from each other on the sideline.
The pair, both Australia-born, shifted with their parents to Wanaka 17 years ago. But when it came to skiing, Amy aligned with Australia and Lyndon took up New Zealand citizenship.
Lyndon says having Amy there means he is determined to deliver come what may.
"My mentality is, if I make a mistake, to keep going. It's always better to have points on the board than stop halfway through."
Even though he has a strange idea of what constitutes comfort.
Generally speaking, twisting or spinning rapidly upside down over an icy, unforgiving and frighteningly solid halfpipe doesn't seem to qualify at any level.
Sheehan will be joined by New Zealand brothers Jossi and Beau-James Wells in a bid to qualify for the finals later the same day.
A third Wells brother, Byron, has been forced out after injuring his leg in training three days ago.
At the Olympics, Sheehan plans to use what's been working for him during a strong World Cup season where he finished ranked 12th.
"What has got me into the last three World Cup finals is a switch 10 into rightside five, then a leftside nine into a rightside nine to left 10 to switch right 900."
To summarise: "There's a fair bit in it."
His familiarity with his run has built up an under-stated confidence going into the Olympics.
"When you learn a new run, and a new combo, you can have a few little wobbles when you're not used to it," he told NZ Newswire.
"But the more you do that run, the comfier it gets, the more height you can get in it, and the better you can get your grabs.
"You have your base run, and then you build the height and the execution that really gives you those extra points."