60 seconds with Beth Tweddle
We caught up with Britain's most successful gymnast Beth Tweddle and discovered she has a mild obssession with tidiness and order.
Who was your sporting hero?
It would have to be Paula Radcliffe and Kelly Holmes, because both had injuries but they still managed to produce the results. I have had a lot of injuries through my career too, and so it makes me feel a lot better about it.
If you were not a gymnast, what would you be doing?
I would definitely be involved in sport, because since the day I was born I have loved it. I was always a very strong athlete so I guess I would be doing sport, I just can't decide which one it would have been.
If your house was burning down, what possession would you save?
Definitely pictures and photos. I love photos a lot! A mixture of family and friends, of Christmas... I just have so many photos because I always have a camera on me. It's great!
What is your most annoying habit?
Mild OCD. Everything has to be symmetrical in the house: all my DVDs and stuff. I hate to think that my things are not in the right place and they have to be perfect.
What is currently playing on your iPod?
I don't really care too much about music, but the Now 74 album is quite good. It's a mixture of the new chart stuff.
What is the worst album which you own?
I don't really buy much music. I'm just not into it!
What is your most embarrassing moment in a gymnasium?
I think a competition which I was in straight after winning the World Championships in 2006. They asked me to do a floor routine, but the floor was very dodgy. So instead of doing four tumbles, I actually only did three! It was hilarious. I had to make up the finish and my coach must have been like, "what?".
Who is your ideal man?
I don't have a boyfriend at the moment, but someone who is into sport and is understanding.
Is there anyone famous you like?
No, not really. If I am honest there is no one I like.
If you could have dinner with three people, who would they be?
Paula Radcliffe, Kelly Holmes...and that's it.
If you could be anyone else for a day, who would you be?
I would be a fly! Just so that I could fly around everywhere.
If you wrote an autobiography, what would the title be?
'Stubborn and Determined' by me.