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My challenge is always how to capture this view and this feeling on a brochure or even a video – it’s hard you know.
When you come out here, it’s like ‘Wow – I didn’t know it was like this’.
So it’s nice to be able to get a bit of recognition, as a competitive guy, I want to win the best in the world not just in Africa so I told him, I was like “I’m not going to stop until I get the best in the world”.
People always ask me if I miss the swimming…not really because I’ve translated that competitive element into business.
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I think you’re biggest challenges is to get faster so you have to push yourself consistently, as you improve the rest of the world is also improving so it’s how to balance your own goals with competing against other guys as well.
I went to four Olympics, so each Olympics for me was a different experience – my first Olympics I was eighteen years old – It was always my dream to be an Olympian, and I looked forward to it to finally happen, I really was a kid still, but a kid in a candy store, like Wow! My second Olympics, had very high expectations and hopes I was ranked top 3 in the world in 3 events and there was a lot of pressure on me and I probably didn’t handle it that well.
My third Olympics, I quit after my second Olympics, and my third one was going to be my Swan song and I wanted to do it for the right reasons, I didn’t want to end like I did in 2000 being disappointed.
I think one of the things that swimming really teaches you from an early age is how to manage your time.
I learned very early on that if I have two-three hours a day to do all my homework that I can get it done – the times that I was sick or took a break from swimming, I had all day to do it and I wouldn’t get it done. I have a lot on my plate at the moment; my balance in life is probably not the best.