We need to be confident. We need not to blink.
All pressure is self-inflicted. It's what you make of it or how you let it rub off on you.
Quite simply the Games are the biggest opportunity sport in this country has ever had. It is one that we must not squander.
There may be problems we still need to tease out, but we will leave no stone unturned in our bid to make London the host city.
I'm not sure there are enough coaches in the system that can take young talent and consistently get them into the top five in the world.
Our success in Singapore was a Herculean effort by the whole team. Now I am determined to deliver on all we promised. I will be watching like a hawk.
The London Games will be designed for the athletes and we will provide them with the very best venues and the very best conditions to pursue their sporting dreams in London.
To anyone who has started out on a long campaign believing that the gold medal was destined for him, the feeling when, all of a sudden, the medal has gone somewhere else is quite indescribable.