to win another gold medal to add to my European medal from Barcelona. It's going to be tough and I've got strong competition but I have as good a chance as anybody, so I'm aiming for gold.What did the Barcelona gold mean to you?It meant everything. It had
'm confident that I can complete the 20K and even enjoy it. The bad news is that there's still a lot of work to go, especially if I'm going to be able to live up to James' competitive zeal.
better than I thought and I'm still really enjoy training even after my first year. In the competitions you get so much adrenaline and it's so raw -you just have to run, and that's what I really like about it.You finished fifth in the T44 100m event
's the training you have to be focused on. Sometimes I find training harder than competitions. With competitions you have prepared, covered every angle, looked at the race and mentally if you're strong, you can't fail. If someone is ahead of you, you can't accept
and training together?We know when it needs to be a race and when it doesn't. Fortunately we've got mutual respect and we both encourage each other to improve as athletes. However, when we're on the track we're both extremely competitive - it's like boxers, we
competitive, " she explains, "The army always felt they were the best at everything and if they lost they were very disappointed."Army training has been credited by Holmes as helping her become the double gold Olympic athlete we all admire and respect. "It
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is to be competitive. I’ll be running against a strong field of Kenyans, Ethiopians, American and Japanese runners. I’d be happy with a top ten finish.I don’t have any Olympic tickets. I never applied, that way you can’t be disappointed.After the Games, I’d like to get
not to think about what's at stake before going into a big competition, I only think about it when I absolutely have to. I've been working really well with a sports psychologist to learn techniques on dealing with pressure.What does your training schedule
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