& # 039; the poster girl from Australia for failure & # 039;: Cate Campbell writes to the trolls after the failure at the Olympic Games in Rio

The Olympic swimmer who admits she's been drowned & # 39; During the Rio 2016 Olympic Games he has written a powerful letter to the 'warriors of the keyboard'. who chased after the event.

Olympic swimmer Cate Campbell, who admits to having been "strangled" during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, has written a powerful letter to the "keyboard warriors" who pursued her after the event.

The 26-year-old received a tip to win the 100-meter freestyle final in Rio 2016, but instead came in sixth.

He also lost in placing in the 50metres event a few days later when finishing in fifth place, and many online trolls hit the young swimmer, saying: "I lost money with you".

The Olympic swimmer who admits she's been drowned & # 39; During the Rio 2016 Olympic Games he has written a powerful letter to the 'warriors of the keyboard'. who chased after the event.

Cate Campbell, 26 (pictured left), was the firm favorite to win the 100m freestyle final in Rio 2016, but instead came in sixth place

Cate Campbell, 26 (pictured left), was the firm favorite to win the 100m freestyle final in Rio 2016, but instead came in sixth place

The Olympic swimmer who admits she's been drowned & # 39; During the Rio 2016 Olympic Games he has written a powerful letter to the 'warriors of the keyboard'. who chased after the event.

In her letter, she calls her "faceless" critics saying that they could not have been more disappointed in her than she was.

"You could not have been more ashamed of me than I was," he wrote.

"It's not possible that you judged me harder than I was (and to a certain extent I still am) judging myself."

Campbell has now announced herself as "the poster girl of Australia for failing".

"I became the actual personified version of Buzz Lightyear's Toy Story quote when it says it was not flying, it was falling with style," he wrote.

"And if I've learned anything during this whole experience, it's that the flight might not be as important as the fall."

In her letter, she calls her "faceless" critics saying that they could not have been more disappointed in her than she was in herself.

In her letter, she calls her "faceless" critics saying that they could not have been more disappointed in her than she was in herself.

In her letter, she calls her "faceless" critics saying that they could not have been more disappointed in her than she was in herself.

She said her own fear of failure was what destroyed her chance of success, and stressed the importance of changing the way the world sees failure.

It takes a lot of work to get to a place where failure is possible, Campbell wrote, and she said it is the same place where success is possible.

She explained that she had a lot of time to process what went wrong, and that there are many, many reasons why, none of which she feels the need to justify, although she did so at that moment.

"For future reference, when you see someone choking, it's not because he does not care, it's because they worry too much," he wrote.

& # 39; And I did care. & # 39;

He goes on to describe how much he cared about giving people joy with his performance, about reflecting the brilliance of his coach and his team, about all the sacrifices his family made and why he had worked and wanted this more than anything else in his life.

She said that people were right to judge her because she could not stand the pressure, but that they should not judge her for not caring enough.

"I take full responsibility for my actions and performance (or lack of it)," he said.

To conclude, he asked people to think if they are "qualified to level the criticism or the insult that is within their reach," before attacking someone online.

"And then, dear Keyboard Warriors, thanks for listening," he said.

"To finish, I would like to say: a little kindness goes a long way, but conversely it is also true".

Earlier this month, Campbell won a gold medal in the freestyle final at the Pan Pacific Championship, which also recorded the fastest division in history.

  Campbell has announced herself as "the poster girl of Australia for failing"

  Campbell has announced herself as "the poster girl of Australia for failing"

Campbell has announced herself as "the poster girl of Australia for failing"

"I became the actual personified version of Buzz Lightyear's Toy Story quote when it says it was not flying, it was falling with style," he wrote.

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