I started archery when I was three years old. My mother and father were archers, especially my father. He was a national champion and international team member. I am not a normal human, I am a sports person. When I noticed this it changed my life. I went to a doctor for my speech impediment. The treatment worked at the beginning, but I realised that when I talk normally I don’t feel like myself. I feel like a different person. Only I have this special ability. Most people don’t have it. It makes me different. At the moment I’m good, but I’m always trying to be better. Until 2020, I’ll keep improving and my teammates are trying to improve, too. In Tokyo we’ll be champions, probably. Whenever I’m in the situation of a finals match, I forget all the stress, pressure and distractions. I just focus on the target. I smile and that makes me different from everybody else.