Welcome to the third of our five-part Rhythmic Gymnastics Olympic video series. This interview features 2012 London Olympian Janine Murray.
Goals and Mistakes, an Olympian's Rhythmic Lessons
Do you fear mistakes? Do you experience extreme nerves before competing?
Olympian Janine Murray experienced the very same until some much-needed advice from 3-time Olympic high jumper Christine Stanton and dual rhythmic gymnastics Olympian Olena Vitrychenko.
Janine is a go-getting goal-setter who only ticked one small goal at a time until she found herself on the Olympic stage.
Learn how Janine used this advice to transform her fears and nerves into positive energy to handle the biggest global sporting stage.
Watch this interview to learn:
- The one piece of advice that helped Janine harness her nerves to compete at the Olympics
- How she created a mindset to no longer fearing mistakes and instead
- How Janine started her rhythmic gymnastics journey
- About Janine's Commonwealth Games experience, and why she decided to retire (then come back)
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