Nova Centurion swimmer Rosie Rudin has been one of the top British junior swimmers of the past two seasons.
With her best results coming in the 400m Individual Medley, the 17-year old landed European Junior silver in 2014 then upgraded to gold at the World Junior Championships in Singapore this summer, ducking under 4:40 for the first time in the final.
And with the Rio 2016 Olympic Trials closing in next season, Rudin - who has won 400m IM bronze at the past two British Swimming Championships - has her sights set on climbing further up the national podium.
We caught up with Rosie at her new training base, the Speedo Swim Centre in Nottingham.
Click play on the video to watch our interview with Rosie or find out a bit more about her below.
What is your week of training like?
I get up at 4:50 in the morning usually. I get to training and start pre-pool at 5:30. We’ll get in the pool at 5:45, do two hours or two and a bit. Then I’ll go straight to school from finishing training.
After a day at school, I come back to training. Then we do an hour of land work usually from 4 until 5. I get back in the pool at 5 and do another two hours then stretch after and go home. That’s four days a week.