(AP) Shaun White headed home from a week of training Sunday, with his coach declaring him "110 percent" healthy for the Olympics.
Bud Keene tells The Associated Press that White benefited greatly from the four-day session on the halfpipe and slopestyle course in Copper Mountain.
White, who hurt his left ankle last month, pulled out of the Winter X Games so he could focus on the tricks he'll need in Sochi, starting Feb. 6 with slopestyle qualifying.
Keene says White saw one of the world's top slopestyle riders, Mark McMorris, break his rib in the X Games final Saturday.
The coach called the McMorris injury unfortunate and says it "highlighted our decision in a good way," but that the possibility of injury wasn't the main reason White didn't participate.