If you’re ever in a high-stress situation, knitting is a great way to calm yourself down. Just take it from Finnish Olympic snowboarding coach, Antti Koskinen.
The coach has been spotted knitting on the slopes as his athletes compete in the Olympic games. And everyone is wondering. . .what’s he making?!
The Finnish coach is KNITTING at the top of the slopestyle course. Someone please find out what this man is making!!!#PyongChang2018 #snowboard pic.twitter.com/Nr87YBJ2lf— Shelby-Jai Flick (@ShelbyJaiFlick) February 10, 2018
The Finnish snowboarding team confirmed that their coach is keeping up with his knitting skills and revealed he’s not the only one.
Other members of their Olympic team are also spending their spare time knitting. Collectively, they’re working on a blanket for their president’s newborn son.
We are #knitting again 😀 In Sochi we made a huge scarf, this time we are knitting a blanket for our presidential couple’s newborn son. 💙🇫🇮#olympicteamfi #knittingteamfi #pyeongchang2018 #olympics #olympialaiset #pyeongchangfi pic.twitter.com/mwKLgh1h2j— Olympic Team Finland (@OlympicTeamFI) February 12, 2018
During the Winter Olympics in Sochi, the team made a giant scarf that was passed on to their Summer Olympic team to finish.