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She swam a personal best in the final at the Sydney Olympics to claim an unexpected silver medal behind American Megan Quann.
At the 2001 World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, and Jones was now one of the established swimmers and expected to win medals, but finished second to China's Luo Xuejuan.
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'This is their code, their secret talk,' she reveals. The sight of a piece of mud cake can reduce me to tears, worse if it has chocolate icing. When I'm at home, when I'm out with friends, I have to be good. Despite the ad hoc appearance of dieticians in our lives (such as at the Fukuoka World Championships, where they popped up with that salmon cake), we receive no sustained scientific dietary advice.
'They think we don't understand when they call a girl – it's always a girl – a '6:'. T.'Ms Jones said she never learnt how to develop a healthy relationship with food as the team was not given 'sustained scientific dietary advice', aside from the recommendation to use meal-replacement shakes to shed a few kilos. I am still a teenager, with a break-neck teenage metabolism, and after swimming and training for hours each day, I can never seem to fill myself up. Last year was 'My Year Without Chocolate', in which I didn't eat a single square of chocolate. It was all my own idea and it nearly killed me – very nearly broke my spirit – but I'm sure it went some way towards keeping the kilos off. Christmas is the hardest, because it's peak training season. The only dieticians in my life are affiliated with the QAS, and they're seen as extraneous: outside help you can seek if you really need to shed some kilos or put on some bulk.
But when she's crying in the showers later, it's because she knows that '6' stands for the sixth letter of the alphabet, '1' the first, and '20' the twentieth.
Leisel Marie Jones, OAM (born 30 August 1985) is an Australian former competition swimmer and Olympic gold medallist.