I always have a new haircut.
I am looking forward to my next race. What comes, comes.
I like colours. I like to be bright and bold.
I am surrounded by great people.
My message always is: No matter where you are from, no matter what past you have, it is all about your future and your goals.
My mum wouldn't let me go outside. Coming back from school, the gang men sometimes would say things, but I would walk by, never answer, and my mum would go tell them leave me alone.
The road to success has to have obstacles because, at the end of the day, when success comes, it will be that much better.
I want to tell Jamaica, Happy 50th Anniversary.
As aspiring athletes, you should never give up on your dreams. Just believe in yourself, and everything will be possible.
My ambition is to sit behind a desk and work.
I remember running at school sports day, and I would win everything, but I wasn't a super athlete or a superstar at high school.
Being in Jamaica, I feel comfortable there.
Hard work is something that comes without saying for us to achieve the things we want.
A lot of people do run well at 60m but can't transfer it to the 100m because there's still 40m to go, and anything can happen in that last section.
I live my life very clean and transparent - so I have nothing to hide.
Sometimes, we didn't have enough to eat. I'd go to school with no lunch money, and my school would have to provide it.
I grew up in poverty and my mother had to sacrifice a lot for us to eat and get an education - just imagine in a house where we were more than six children! But hard work and dedication is what it took for me to be here today.
It takes a lot of hard work to stay committed and focus on what I wanted to achieve.
It's hard to judge how you are feeling physically.
When you have good runners, you always run fast. That's the motivation for me. But I have room to improve in my technique and in the start.
The plan is to always start properly and execute a good race.
I don't dwell on things. When I won the World Championships in Moscow, I came back - that was it.
I was just a normal athlete. My mother tried to spark something in me. She was an athlete in high school before she got pregnant with my older brother. She was 16, and that was it for her when it came to track and her education.
We need our children in Jamaica - especially those suffering with dyslexia, autism, cerebral palsy - to get more attention.