Commentary: ‘I Couldn’t Balance It All Anymore’ – Former National Swimmer Joscelin Yeo Sheds Light on Unseen Struggles of Elite Athletes

When I had a bad swim, or I didn’t perform up to what was expected of me, I would be torn down. I would feel like I let everyone down and I would beat myself up. So much so that I spiralled into depression. I went to places so dark that I didn’t care to live anymore.

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