What is your earliest Olympic memory?
Walking out for the 2008 Olympic final and seeing my mum and dad in the crowd right in front of me.
What has been your worst moment in training for Rio?
Just when things go wrong it gets frustrating, but the more you work on things, the better it gets.
And the best?
Getting silver earlier this year at the World Series. I’d won lots of bronze medals but it was nice to get silver.
If you weren’t a diver, what would you be?
I’d love to be an actress. I’m not very good at it but I can imagine I would love it.
Away from the sport, what’s on your to-do list in Rio?
I’ve done everything already but I’d love to do it all again and also see all the different venues.
If you could be any other Olympic athlete for a day, who would it be?
Jess Ennis-Hill. She lives the dream. She’s beautiful, has an incredible body and she’s amazing at what she does..
What’s the worst thing about being an athlete?
My hair is ruined from the chlorine.
What is the most important thing in your kit bag?
My wrist guards because if you don’t have them for a 10m dive you can break your wrist. It’s a must.
What’s your weirdest superstition?
I try not to have one because if that happens it could go wrong.
Sum up the Olympics in three words
Incredible, scary, exciting.
Exciting times: Great Britain diver Tonia Couch is relishing her chance