All's fair in love and war and sport - even when you're fighting against your sister.
As long as I'm enjoying swimming, I will keep swimming.
Choosing between the 50 m and 100 m is like choosing between your children. I have favourites on different days.
Every athlete wants to win an Olympic gold medal, and I'd be lying if I said that's not what I wanted.
I really rely on sleep, and some people call me 'The Bear' for my hibernating.
It's terrible, I know, but I will admit I was a really lazy kid. It was Bronte who would wake me up in the morning, go to training early, and take in some tips from the older training group. I would be there grumbling and complaining. After she began to reap the rewards of her labour, it definitely kindled a fire.
It's about never giving up until your hand is on the wall. I think people who get complacent, who think that they are in front, a sloppy touch, can cost you that elusive medal, just as much as the people who are gunning for you. If you believe you can get there right to the very end, miracles do happen.
I read a statistic that in horse racing, the favourite only wins 12 per cent of their races. I'm not comparing myself to a horse or saying I'm the favourite - although my sister would say I can nag an awful lot - but nothing is guaranteed in sport. Anyone can step up and take what you perceive to be your place in the final.