I cant disclose that Adam Peaty refuses to answer Louise Minchins Strictly probe

Strictly: Adam Peaty quizzed by BBC Breakfast presenters

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As Olympian Adam Peaty prepares for a gruelling series of championships over the next year, his most challenging competition will be Strictly Come Dancing as the athlete enters an unknown world of dance. BBC Breakfast’s Louise Minchin attempted to grill Adam about his training for the series but he refused to disclose any closely-guarded details of the anticipated new season.

The Olympic athlete appeared on the breakfast show to discuss how inspiring kids has been a majority priority since his victory in Tokyo.

Explaining the sport has become even more competitive in recent years, Adam noticed children’s competitive nature when he was teaching them how to swim.

“The sport today is so ruthless,” he told Louise.

However, Louise jokingly asked is Adam would be as competitive during Strictly Come Dancing.

The Olympian laughed and joked: “I’ve just got to beat Dan Walker!”

“That’s a very good point, for all we know, he could be off training right now,” Louise replied.

Adam remarked: “He’s gonna be like, ‘Guys, I’m ill,’ but I bet he’s doing 10 hours or 12 hours [training].”

Though he explained this year on the dancing show that it is a “very friendly approach” to the competition.

“I’m very competitive but I want to have a good time. I want to have fun,” Adam added.

“I spend my whole life being ruthless, being ruthless for myself, and waking up every single day saying ‘That’s not good enough.’

“I want to wake up every day thinking, ‘I want to dance today and have a good time.’”

Adam added he doesn’t want to let down his dance partner and wanted “to lift other people up as that’s what it’s about”.

However, after questions about whether or not Adam has begun training for the popular show, he said: “I can’t disclose that!”

Despite appearing on Strictly later this year, the athlete has an incredibly busy schedule coming up and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

The Olympian explained: “Obviously, I’ve got a lot on my mind. I’m very busy post-Olympics and working up to that, I’ve got three championships coming up next year.

“I’ve still got to the World Championships in May, I’ve still got to do European Championships and, hopefully, then we’ll end on a very high note in Birmingham,” he continued. “The Olympics are only three years away as well.”

“All of these championships now are going to be amazing to get to and, hopefully, I’ll defend all the titles,” the athlete commented.

Louise asked him how it will feel in Birmingham with a cheering crowd after the lack of one during the Olympics this year.

Adam seemed ecstatic as the thought, saying: “It’s going to be amazing having a home crowd. You feel the vibrations, the energy, and it’s like an adrenaline rush.”

The athlete also explained how passionate he was about inspiring the next generation of kids, especially after the pandemic has threatened so many careers.

He hoped his appearance in Birmingham would inspire more athletes to go out and inspire others in the future.

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays on BBC One at 6am.

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