Andrew is looking to complete his Olympic medal collection. Eight years ago, he raced to a bronze medal in the men's Super-G alpine event and four years after that he won silver, in the same event in Sochi. A gold medal in Pyeongchang caps off the collection.
Andrew is just one of five American skiers to have won multiple Olympic alpine skiing medals. Others on that list include Bode Miller, Ted Ligety, Tommy Moe and Phil Mahre.
Andrew, who is nicknamed the "Warhorse," learned to ski when he was just five-years-old on Whiteface Mountain. His race training began five years later and he would go on to make the U.S. Development Team with the 2003 season and be named to the C Team for 2005.
Now in his early-30's Andrew tries to balance his time, training and competing on the alpine World Cup circuit, with his family, wife Denja and daughter Adalina. He also enjoys fishing, golf, mountain and road biking.
You can find Andrew's medals on display at the family-owned Mirror Lake Inn.