Australian bathe swimmer Ashley Callus and England's synchronised pond badge achievement Jenna Randall are aflame at the anticipation of accommodating in the Delhi Commonwealth Games.
"There's action because I'm branch to my fourth Commonwealth Games, but there's additionally agitation to see what it's absolutely like over there," the 'Courier Mail' quoted Callus as saying.
"They accumulate us adapted on the aegis issues and how the Games Village is advancing along. With this advice anybody can accomplish abreast decisions."
"For me, personally, (events in Delhi) accept not impacted my action to go and compete. I'm 110 per cent accessible to bedrock 'n' roll," said the 31-year-old who won gold in the 4x100m bathe broadcast at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and argent in Melbourne four years ago.
Randall insisted letters from Delhi had no address on her alertness for the antic event. The 21-year-old will tomorrow leave for her training abject in Doha afore branch to Delhi.
Randall, who will attempt alongside adept affiliation accomplice Olivia Allison, is bent to advance on her silver-winning assuming in the Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
"I'm aloof apperception on training and aggravating to get the best out of the time afore the Games," she told 'Eurosport'. "We are aloof absorption on training and putting in our best achievement at the Games. Everything abroad is out of our hands."
"The Commonwealth Games are a dispatch bean to Olympic glory, but every antagonism is important, as it gives us an befalling to enhance Great Britain's reputation."