You know, we all have different ways of dealing with stress. For some, it's drugs or alcohol or high-stakes gambling (WHAT?), but for Finnish Olympic snowboarding coach Antti Koskinen, the key to de-stressing in the midst of Olympic anticipation is knitting.
Koskinen's been caught repeatedly with yarn and needles in hand at the top of the snowboarding course, cheering on his athletes.
Hey, maybe you wind down with wildly irresponsible spending. This guy? He's just friggin' making a scarf, OK?
Believe it or not, Koskinen's knitting is nothing new. In 2014, the Olympic team actually made a blanket for Finnish President Sauli Niinistö's newborn son.
Knitters around the world were pretty stoked about it.
It was riveting in its own way.
And Finland was proud.
Everybody was basically like "WHAT THE HELL IS HE MAKING?"
Mostly, we were all really jealous of his calm, cool, collected ways.