Australian swimmers Eamon Sullivan and Kylie Palmer took time out from their preparations for London 2012 in Barcelona to speak about their Olympic ambitions.
Calella Beach – Catalonia
Calella written in a Hollywood way
Crol Center Swimming Pool
Aus team member
Aus team coach Grant Stoelwinder soundbites
"He is very happy with his preparation, he is having a rest a ready to swim faster in London."
"In 50 Mts distance his main competitor will be Cesar Cielo (BRA), he swim very fast."
"For 4x 100 we are very good team, but there are others strings, it is a very strong competition."
Eamon Sullivan Soundbites
"We are glad being here taking sun, trying to rest up, enjoiying good weather before we going into London, the preparation is going well."
About the Spanish food "I love it, it is hard at the moment, we have to eat very healthy we have to take care do not eat too much."
"We do not have kitchen in our apartments unfortunately, but I will love to have some lessons but at the moment we are eating what are given." ( Sullivan won the first series of Celebrity MasterChef Australia 2009.)
"The competitors are too close, so anyone can win, but obviously Cesar could be the one to beat."
About represent Australian in the games: "I fell proud, when you grow up and you watch the one are doing it you want to feel it, every chance you have you gfell as the first time doing it and specially in the Olympics."
About the F1 race. Webber won. Unfortunately I did not watch but I heard, so hopefully star rolling for Australia, also we can be able to do well in the tour the France.
Kylie Palmer soundbites
"We got three weeks left to our preparation and come over here to start relaxing a little bit, having a bit of fun far from winter back in Australia, should be really good."
"My goal on London is to get an individual medal, I am swimming in three individual events."
"I am really exitedd to represent Australia, I think represent your country is an Honor."
"After the Olympics I will go home and later for Holidays to USA, after that look for another 4 years."
Australian Flag in the Swimming Pool.
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