With the Paralympics underway in Rio here's an interview with Sascha Kindred OBE, one of the most successful British Para-swimmers of all time talking about his training and preparations with Tony Wrighton of Sky Sports.
Sascha Kindred has competed at all five Paralympic Games, from the inaugural event in 1996 in Atlanta to a silver-medal winning performance in the SM6 200m Individual Medley in front of a British crowd at the London 2012 games. He's won 12 games medals so far, including six gold, so watch out for him in the 200M SM6 Individual Medley - he's currently World Champion in this event and there's a good chance he can add to that collection.
Many of the British Swimming team use Lumie Bodyclock to get them up for training.
As well as presenting on Sky Sports since 2006, Tony Wrighton is also a personal development author and the interview with Sascha Kindred is for one of his lively Zestology podcasts where Sascha talks about overcoming adversity - including how doctors told him he would never walk - how preparation is everything and how a special light alarm clock gets him up in the morning...
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Many thanks to Tony Wrighton.