BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Ever watched the Winter Games and wondered where in Kern County you could learn to be like your favorite Olympian? Now’s your chance to find out.

17 Sports Director Taylor Schaub attempted five different winter sports in 9 days in what has become known as “Taylor’s Trials.”

Here’s the full list: Snowboarding, figure skating, skiing, ice dancing and hockey.

Snowboarding

In the first winter edition of “Taylor’s Trials,” 17 Sports Director Taylor Schaub heads out to Alta Sierra Ski Resort to hit the slopes.

Figure Skating

In the second winter edition of “Taylor’s Trials,” 17 Sports Director Taylor Schaub gives figure skating a try at Valley Children’s Ice Center of Bakersfield.

Skiing

In the third winter edition of “Taylor’s Trials,” 17 Sports Director Taylor Schaub tries to avoid the trees and traverse his way through the frozen terrain at Alta Sierra Ski Resort.

Ice Dancing

In the fourth winter edition of “Taylor’s Trials,” 17 Sports Director Taylor Schaub trades in the skis and partners up with a former competitive skater to see if he can score a few style points of his own.

Hockey

In the final winter edition of “Taylor’s Trials,” 17 Sports Director Taylor Schaub turns a great moment into a gold medal opportunity — in an ending fit for a Hollywood movie.

Taylor Gets Gold

After chasing his Olympic dream, 17 Sports Director Taylor Schaub received a gold trophy from our 17 News team for taking on an Olympic feat.

To watch Taylor’s complete summer Olympic journey, click here.