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  • Ralph

    Quick-fire questions to Dm. Kelly Holmes

    Proudest moments: winning my two Olympic medals and running the London Marathon.

    Greatest influence: other people’s achievements drive me to do better.

    Sporting hero: when I was 14, it was Seb Coe winning 1500 metre gold at the 1984 Olympics.

    Best moment: receiving my Damehood from the Queen.

    Worst moment: all my athletics injuries. Hardest opponent: Maria Mutola of Mozambique in the 800 metres.

    Remaining ambition: challenging myself and surprising and inspiring others.

  • Ralph

    Quick-fire questions
 ME

    Proudest moments: being team coach to International University Champions and James Davis winning Euro Championship.

    Greatest influence: other people’s high intelligence drives me to think better.

    Sporting heros: Jo Durie, Tian Bing Yi.

    Best moment: assisting Jo Durie and Alan Jones.

    Worst moment: I had a Tom Daly moment, where I completely lost all ability in a tournament.

    Hardest opponent: myself.

    Remaining ambition: working with someone from the ground up, that truly wants to commit.

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