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Last night’s NBC/NBCSN average of 22.3 million viewers more than doubled the combined 10.6 million primetime viewers for ABC, CBS and Fox.
The NBC-only 21.0 million viewers in the 8-11 PM ET primetime window, during which snowboarder Shaun White nabbed his third Olympic gold in the men’s halfpipe, marked the most dominant Winter Games Tuesday night in people meter history, since September 1987.
Shaun talks to Tony about his lifelong journey to becoming one of the most successful snowboarders in history, the uphill battle back from devastating injury and a massive loss at Sochi, and the ultimate redemption at the 2018 Pyeong Chang Olympics.
They delve into what it means to embrace risk, to absolute importance of mental and physical fitness, and why a single decision can lead you down the path to greatness.
If someone has done very well financially decade over decade, they’re not lucky – they’re doing something different.
If someone is fit and healthy for 20 years, they’re not lucky – they understand what it takes.
Perhaps your goal is to become so mentally fit that absolutely nothing will stand in your way.
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PREVIOUS, WEDNESDAY AM: Shaun White’s run of a lifetime, landing him the gold in the men’s halfpipe – and the 100th Winter Olympic gold medal in U. history – catapulted NBC/NBSN to an overnight 15.2/25.
Tuesday’s NBC-only metered market scored 14.0 – down compared to comparable Sochi night’s 14.5/22 NBC/NBCSN Tuesday night Winter Olympics coverage posted a 15.2/25 overnight (not including digital) — up 5% from the first Tuesday night in Sochi (14.5/22 on NBC).