When you get to an event like the Olympic Games, you can put too much pressure on yourself.
Obviously, losing a parent is very difficult. I miss my dad every day, but I know he would be proud to see me continuing to swim and going for another shot at the Olympics.
I've been in a Speedo half my life. So I am really comfortable with my body.
Being happy outside the pool means fast swimming in the pool.
I know there's life after the Olympics.
Most people take long breaks after Olympics. I needed some normalcy back in my life, so I came back to the pool.
I think you have to be weird to swim breaststroke.
One of the things you learn when you get married is how you need to always work on continuing to make it better.
If I have one message to young swimmers about taking care of their bodies, it's definitely take care of your shoulders.
After my cancer diagnosis, I really took my swimming to a new level.
I attacked my cancer diagnosis the same way I attack training and competing, and that's pretty fearless.
I think being an athlete prepares you for more things than people give us credit for.
I miss my dad every day, but I know he would be proud to see me continuing to swim and going for another shot at the Olympics.
I don't let myself get upset about the little nitpicky things anymore.
At 28, you need recovery time after training.
I've kind of got an out in cancer. It keeps things in perspective for me.
I'm really looking forward to just concentrating on the swimming part now instead of what's going on with me outside the pool.