After claiming Australia's first medal of the 2022 Olympic Games, Tess capped off her Games finishing ninth in the final.
"Really sick today, the jump is riding so good," Tess said.
"[The] weather is really good and we didn't have much of a head wind.
"Just from the practice this morning we understood it was going to be on, and everyone rode so well. It was really cool to be a part of.
"The big air [jump] was sick, everyone threw down... everyone rode super hard.
"On this stage, people just want to go for it. It's the pinnacle for us and everyone just rode really well and it was such a great competition.
"I didn't land my tricks but it was so good to see some really great riders land and end up on the podium."
She has thoroughly enjoyed her Olympic experience and doesn't go home empty handed.
"It's been unbelievable, I had such a good time.
"Coming here has been definitely challenging. I put all my energy into slopestyle because it was pretty much what I was here for.
"But I'm just so stoked to have made the finals [in big air] and just tried to make something I've never tried before and that was just really fun.
"It's definitely been a crazy road to get here, especially the last couple of years with COVID-19. But I'm so stoked to be here and the IOC has done an incredible job with COVID-19 [countermeasures] to make the Games so enjoyable and it's been a really great experience.
"Although I'm definitely looking forward to going home and see my family and friends."