A former Olympic skier has come out in support of the dream of a dream athlete, as he told the ABC he could not wait to “see what” it was like to be an Olympic skydiver.
Key points:”The Dream” is an inspirational tale of an Olympic athlete who overcame the odds and achieved her dreams to be a champion athlete”Mr Pinto said he was “just a dreamer” who wanted to achieve his dreams”He has said that dream of being an Olympic champion skydiving has left him “totally open” to the possibility of going back to the sport after he retired”The story of a man who overcame cancer and his desire to become a champion skier to be one of the sport’s top athletes is an inspiring tale of a story that can be told again and again, and again and forever,” Mr Pinto told the Seven Network.
“It’s a great story.
We are just going to have to wait and see what happens with the dream, but I’m just a very hopeful person, and I’m going to go back to it.”
The dream story of an athlete who faced cancer and overcame it to become the greatest skydive in history is a story we should not let go of, Mr Pintin said.
“I don’t think we should stop with the Olympic dream, I think we need to keep going and make it a reality for all the people out there.”
He is currently a part-time skydivist at the World Championship Skydiving Championship in New Zealand, where he is competing as a part of the Australian squad.
Mr Pintins dream was to go to the Olympics in 2020.
“That’s the dream I want to see for the next generation,” he said.
In the ABC’s “The Dream”, Mr Pincunas dream has changed over the years.
“The dream is to be able to go up and be a professional skydivers and have a real life career in Australia,” he says.
“But I also think it’s a really good story for the country.”
Because I think Australia has an incredible number of people who want to achieve their dreams.
“The ABC asked Mr Pints about a possible return to skydives.”
You’ve got to ask the right people, I mean, they have the right attitude.
It’s a career-long thing,” he told host Andrew Bolt.”
If you ask people who have been to the Games, it’s probably the best way they’ve ever come across to try and achieve their dream, and to be the best at it.
“As long as you do it in the right way, that’s a life-long aspiration.”
Mr Pincourt has spoken of the “beauty and the joy” of competing at an Olympic level, and is hoping to do the same at a later stage.
“A lot of people in sport have had the dream to do it, and the beauty and the glory of competing is something that we can all relate to,” he has said.
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