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"It's a toss-up between publicity for your sport, yourself and the Olympics, and looking like a fool for doing anything they ask.There could be a fine line: 'Is this good publicity or a noose to hang myself with?By depriving diners of one of their senses, the organisers say people do not have to worry about what they look like or are wearing.Instead they can relax and concentrate on showing off their personality.Williams recently appeared on Cricket AM, the leather-and-wood equivalent of the successful soccer magazine show, in cricket's answer to the latter's Crossbar Challenge.
"We went through a bit of kayaking technique together, but then I accidentally jabbed her with it. It went downhill from there." There is a serious side to a passionate paddler's furtive fumble for the viewing public, and it's one BBC Radio 5 live will explore in this week's London Calling programme: how do Olympic sports and their athletes choose to present themselves in the face of unprecedented media attention?
Sprint canoeist Andrew Daniels thought differently. He successfully applied to take part in the Sky Living show, which lobs six singletons - three men and three women - into a house on the condition that the two genders may only meet in a darkened room.