Yes, one of the things you end up doing in our event (the 110m hurdles) is that lots of things you have to do in your own time. There’s lots of training with a coach but then when you start to process what you want to do in a training session or what you have to do in a competition, you are very much on your own. You then have to rely on excellent teaching, coaching you received previously to see you and guide you through there and then you add your little spice. So that’s the real tightness and the closeness between sport and education in that sense and certainly with InterHigh and my event, hurdling in that sense. You have the great teaching initially, you have an oracle, and then from that oracle you then deliver what you do.