ANNA HURSEY has been picked to symbolize Wales on the Commonwealth Video games this 12 months on the age of simply 11.
The table-tennis wonderkid grew to become the youngest participant to symbolize her nation final 12 months when she was ten when Wales beat Kosovo within the European championship qualifiers.
Hursey picked up her first desk tennis bat as a five-year-old in Swansea and is decided to take advantage of her alternative and never put an excessive amount of strain on herself.
Now residing in Cardiff, Hursey will probably be 11 years and 286 days on four April – the day of the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Video games on Australia’s Gold Coast.
She informed BBC Wales: “I do not usually get nervous. I do know I’m so younger and may have plenty of probabilities.
“Generally you possibly can’t imagine how many individuals are going to be there and if the Queen was there, that might be a dream.
“I really feel pleased with myself however I do not really feel that nervous.
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“When I am there I probably will be. I think I have a really good mindset, you can’t give up when you are losing or you won’t get better.”
Hursey added: “I am going and that’s really good, but hopefully I can show some people that I’m good at this sport and not just going there to have fun.
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“I play about three hours a day after school and sometimes I go out running with my dad, it’s all right once you get used to it.”
Wales are sending 124 competitors across 11 sports and para-sports to the Aussie games, which will take place from April 4 to 15.
Scotland’s Erraid Davies became the youngest ever winner of a Commonwealth games medal in 2014.
She won bronze in the Para-Sport swimming in Glasgow at the age of 13.