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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Sochi, Russia - February 10, 20141. SOUNDBITE (English) Sage Kotsenburg, US slopestyle snowboard gold medallist:"Yeah, life in the village is awesome. It's just so cool to, like, be part of different cultures and countries all in, like, one little zone. We're up in the mountain village and so, you know, we're right at the base of the mountain, we can walk to any event we wanted to and watch sports we've never even watched in real life."++SOUNDBITES SEPARATED BY FLASH OF WHITE++2. SOUNDBITE (English) Sage Kotsenburg, US slopestyle snowboard gold medallist:"People came out and said that it (the course) was dangerous and deemed it actually unsafe to ride, which I think was pretty absurd, because the people that have competed in big contests like X Games, and Dew Tour, and have done contests like that, none of us were the ones saying these things, it was people who haven't experienced a big course before."STORYLINE:US gold medallist Sage Kostenburg has dismissed claims by other athletes that the Olympics snowboard course is unsafe.At an International Olympic Committee (IOC) news conference on Monday, he said comments made ahead of the slopestyle contest were "pretty absurd"."The people that have competed in big contests like X Games, and Dew Tour, and have done contests like that, none of us were the ones saying these things," the snowboarder said. "It's people who haven't experienced a big course before."Asked about the atmosphere in the Olympic village, Kostenburg described it as "awesome".