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Those hours feel like days and you don’t sleep real well, you’re constantly thinking about the race. Physically and mentally and emotionally, it’s just draining.” “King Kieren” had built a reputation for having honed enormous mental strength. His mind-over-matter approach and his ability to compartmentalise had helped him destroy opponents in the pool. Yet with just hours to go before the final, Perkins would suffer the ultimate crisis of confidence. This “Superfish” had lost his superpower. “I actually started to get really nervous, like 10-year-old-freaking-out, I’m-going-to-die, my-life’s-over kind of nerves,” he said. “And as this kind of thing progressed, as I got more and more stressed about what was happening, and I’m sweating and my heart’s exploding in my chest and all of this stuffs going on, I actually hit this moment where I got angry with myself because of the physical state that I was in, completely ignorant that the emotional triggers were the problem.
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