The controversial swimmer Nick D’Arcy says he has been told his bankruptcy last year will not hinder his selection in the team for the London Olympics.
“At this stage it looks like there won’t be any sort of inhibitions, going into trials,” D’Arcy said. “If I do the time and make the team, then I’ll be on the Olympic team. But I’ve got to make the team first; one step at a time.”
“It is some relief, just having that off my shoulders and knowing if I make the team I will be selected based on my performance … but anything can happen at Olympic trials and complacency can be the death of you.”
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