It's inspiring for me to know that you've got to step up your game.
I like to balance competing with studying. It's hard work at the moment, but it could be worse.
I think I've slayed my long jump demons.
I want to lay all my cards out on the table and walk away with no regrets.
Beijing was a huge slap in the face, and it forced me to look at myself. I have to realise that this is my life.
I can handle coming fifth as long as I know I've given my all out there and have no regrets.
It's getting harder as I get more known. Even though it's my break, I couldn't really go out and get drunk - because people expect you to be training and getting up early. But I'm not bothered about missing out on normal teenage things.
For a long time, I thought it was all down to dedication, hard work, and visualising doing well - that worked for a bit, but then it stopped. I've realised you have to be more practical and mature to make things actually happen.
Everything happens for a reason - I'm a believer of that for sure.
I can't change my personality. I'll always smile, but I'll be more focused.
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