I used to do some terrible things in the marshalling area to upset my rivals.
Make yourself an example, achieve it, but don't hurt anyone on the way up. I don't think I did that.
The Olympics remain the most compelling search for excellence that exists in sport, and maybe in life itself.
It's a beautiful thing, diving into the cool crisp water and then just sort of being able to pull your body through the water and the water opening up for you.
I don't linger on the fact that Dawn Fraser was a great swimmer 40 years ago. That was in the past. I did break 41 world records, but I don't live on that today.
We only have two things that we share in this life; we are born and we die. And what we do in between those times, we've got to be happy. I don't let the outside world deter me.