TALKING TO HERSELF
- Paralympics officials on the lockout for boosting
- Cheating at Paralympics could involve self-harm
- Pistorius to run again, this time at Paralympics
- Pistorius runs again, this time at Paralympics
- Classifying disabilities tricky at Paralympics
- After judo gold, Harrison might go for Rio in 2016
- Paralympic cauldron lit in central London
- Valerie Adams seeks her Olympic gold medal at IOC
- Full TV coverage for Paralympics, just not in US
- Brazil minister not concerned with hotel shortages
By The Associated Press
Updated August 7, 2012
(AP) -- Two-time beach volleyball gold medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings has found a way to keep herself from overthinking during her matches.
"You have to give your brain another job to do," she said after advancing to her third straight Olympic gold medal game.
And what is that job?
"I spell 'pass' 20 million times a day," she said. "P-A-S-S. Right when they're getting ready to serve."
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