Olympic gold medal-winning snowboarder Torah Bright will be back in her home town of Cooma tomorrow for a parade in her honour.
Bright won the women’s halfpipe at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in February.
She says her life has been surreal since the win.
“Life’s been pretty hectic, still trooping around the world to finish off the rest of the winter and sponsor commitments and all sorts of media requests,” she said.
“I’m really looking forward to the weekend actually, heading home and sharing in the excitement with everybody.
“And then have some time with the family.”
Bright says the parade will also celebrate the achievements of other Cooma and Jindabyne locals on the Winter Olympics team.
“There’s one pretty cool little thing; there’s three of us all from the same [Cooma] primary school.”