that was good advice dont get me wrong.....
but who would actually go to a job interview like this? dont people know how to go to a job interview respectfully and prepared?
tell them what you know, dont sound cocky, but if you know a lot about skiing, then prove it. tell stories of you skiing, your history, try to relate with whoever is interviewing you.
stay calm, be on time, like 10 or 15 minutes early so you arent a second late
dress properly, shirt and tie, freshly bathed, clean shaven, and just look respectful over all. it sounds dumb, but if you smell bad, your chances of getting a job drop a lot.
obviosuly look the person in the eye, firm hand shake, and be willing to talk, and not just all ears. take notes also, it shows your truly interested.
after the job interview, waite a little while and follow up. if you call and mention who you are, asking if there is any news this increases your chances of getting the job by a lot. it shows you want this job, and you are being pro active to get it.
im sure you know most if not all of this, basically a quick interview information for dummies, but i hope atleast some helps. good luck! sounds like an awesome oppurtunity.
what position are you applying for?