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When you interview your Rowing doubles partner and she describes being at the Olympics like being a kid at Disneyland.
Sarah Leach

Australian Olympic Team
5 Apr 2016 - 8:00 PM  UPDATED 5 Apr 2016 - 8:00 PM

Sally Kehoe will become a 3-time Olympian at Rio this year, having the edge in experience on her new women's doubles partner, Genevieve Horton.

In this must watch video, Horton has fun interviewing Kehoe, as her senior. They make a good pair.

"Sal, so being a seasoned competitor such as yourself, what is it like competing at the Olympic games?"

"Well Gen," Kehoe says. "Because you're so young, I'll refer it to Disneyland, if you were to do a rowing regatta in the middle of Disneyland I'd say that'd be the closest thing to the Olympic experience," Kehoe said.

Kehoe then takes control of the mic and asks Horton all the hard questions. 

Horton only has eyes for her new doubles partner, and keen to mirror her every move - on and off the water! 

"Creeper," Kehoe says.

The jovial pair tell about their joint decision to be on the podium this August in Rio. They're in it to win it.