Ms. Namita Nayyar: Advice and motivational words our inspiring and budding water polo playing girls who all are your fans shall like to know from you for their climb to ladder of success in water polo?
Ms. Rowie Webster: To all those wanting to achieve success make sure you work hard and follow your dreams. You may not be successful on first attempt. However keep striving to better yourself.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: How did you feel before and after your memorable winning of Gold in 2007 FINA Junior World Championships at Porto, Portugal?
Ms. Rowie Webster: Before the Junior World Championships I was very nervous. I love playing for my country and I get very excited to wear Australian uniform. I knew we were a very good team, we had been training and playing together for 3 years, it was a very special moment when we were crowned World Junior Champions.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: You have been finalist for the FINA female water polo player of the year in 2013 & 2014 and was awarded Player of the Tournament at the 2014 FINA World Cup. Tell us how does it feel to receive this honour?
Ms. Rowie Webster: I feel very honoured to be categorized as one of the worlds best players. To win a gold medal with my team at the Rio Olympics is my main goal, however winning individual awards while striving to achieve this dream is an absolute honour.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: You have won as part of the water polo team that won 2007 FINA Junior World Championships, 2009 World Championships, silver medals at the FINA World League Finals, FINA World Cup in 2010, 2012 Pan Pacific Championships, London Olympic Test Event, silver at the World League Super finals, Bronze at 2012 London Olympic Games and Silver at 2013 Barcelona World Championships. What responsibilities does these achievements bestow upon you of giving back to the sport of ice hockey and its upcoming players?
Ms. Rowie Webster: I have been very fortunate to be apart of so many successful water polo teams throughout my playing career. As an athlete I believe we have the responsibility to uphold societys values and be the best people we can be. Through our hard work in the water polo pool, I hope to inspire many more girls and women to be fit and healthy and grow up loving sport just as much as I do. I encourage everyone to partake in a team sport at some stage in their lives. Sport is very rewarding.
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