I am always late because people stop me for autographs and say hi.
I have always had a dream to take part in an Olympic Games, and losing my leg didn't change anything.
It's been a dream for me since I was six years old to go to the Olympic Games and to finally have that dream realised is something massive for me.
You have to work hard for what you want to achieve and you have to set goals and dreams and really go for them.
I just want to be myself and go for my own dreams and goals.
I say, 'If I'm able to go out there and achieve a dream, then anybody can do it.
It doesn't matter if you look different. You're still the same as everybody else because you have the same dream.
Once your dream is fulfilled you face another one.
When you are racing in an able-bodied competition, you're all equal and you go out there and try your best, and that's what counts.
Even when bad things happen you have to try to use those bad things in a positive manner and really just take the positive out of it.
Going out there in the water, it feels as if there's nothing wrong with me.