Q1:19 Cardiff / Oxford (Holidays / term time)
Q2: Alas not any more, but I go to the gym! (At school I used to play hockey and netball plus a big bit of Sportshall athletics and a tiny bit of track and field and I did ballet outside.)
Q3: How did you come to practise this particular sport? (School clubs)
Q4: Who do you play with? (School clubs)
Q5: How often do you practise?
Q6: Why do you play sport?
To keep me fit! (Damn you university and your killing of my fitness. Yey for the free gym at Princeton
Q7: Gym does. All the sports I used to play at school were free, but swimming and ballet I had to pay for.
Q8: I have neither, but if I did then I would!
Q9: Yes, a fair amount (on terrestrial). I watch a fair bit of it when I'm home - tennis, cricket, eventing, athletics, swimming, rugby, football
Q10: What could you tell me about sport (in general) in Great Britain? (Do a lot of people play sport? Do you think there are more young people who play sport? etc.)
A fair few people do sport, especially up to the age of about 14, but then it seems that either you have to be county level or there's less outlets for participation. I think that major sporting events and sports stars have a powerful influence over the popularity of certain sports and that the 2012 Olympics will be hugely beneficial in encouraging people to work hard at their sports or take up new disciplines.
Q11: In your opinion, what does sport bring you?
A sense of teamwork, a sense of ability, a challenge and a competitive will to do better.