FNCA: What are your tasks in the team? What are you doing?
Jouku: My work is ski service, waxing cross country skis.
FNCA: No ski jumping skies?
Jouku: No, I haven‘t got enough time because the team is so big and there are a lot of XC skis.
FNCA: How does a normal competition day look like for you?
Jouku: It is almost total full of waxing, little bit of eating and after that I‘m so tiered that I must go to bed.
Antti: He is testing all the time the skis and the waxes and structure of them.
FNCA: Is it kind of complicated to find the right wax for the snow temperatures?
Antti: It's normally complicated but for him it's not.
Jouku: Sometimes it's complicated. But now I have been waxing for quite some years and I always write down what I do and then I can have a look a little bit for the conditions. That helps a lot.
FNCA: What is easier, the natural snow or the artificial snow?
Jouku: My opinion is that the natural snow is a little bit more difficult. When the natural snow is cold it's much more difficult. But if it's like here [Klingenthal], hard and a little bit wet, it's not so difficult.