Jessica Ennis says her achievements have yet to sink in after gold medal at London 2012.
SOUNDBITE: (English) Jessica Ennis, 2012 Olympic heptathlon champion: "Not just yet. It's still been very busy, and I'm still just caught up in this moment, in this bubble. But I think definitely when I'm back in my own surroundings, and back in the comfort of my own home, and I sit down and look at my medal. i think that's when it might sink in a little bit more."
SOUNDBITE: (English) Jessica Ennis, 2012 Olympic heptathlon champion: "I think I'll definitely need a few weeks' break to re-energise and relax a bit, but I'm sure I'll be itching to get back into training soon, and start looking towards the next goal and achieving more."
SOUNDBITE: (English) Tyson Gay, USA sprinter: "No I don't. I've said a long time ago that I've really been pushing my body harder, just because they are so fast, but that didn't even come across that I could still be a 9.8 guy. You understand what I'm saying? I've never been think about going down to (9.) 6 maybe. So, I'm glad. I'll never say that I hope Usain Bolt wasn't running this and that, because I always want to run against the best. I don't ever wish anybody bad luck, and I want everybody to be healthy, and if they beat me at their best, that's how it is."
SOUNDBITE: (English) Jenn Suhr, 2012 Olympic pole vault champion: "No, I've thought ahead a little bit, but I have to think back and I have to enjoy the moment, because it doesn't last. It's been a crazy couple of days because it goes so fast, and I want to take every minute of it and enjoy it, because starting on Monday it's time to start training again. So up until this point it's been all I've been doing, just enjoying every minute of it."
Ennis, Gay and Suhr look back on Games and ahead to the futureFriday, August 10 2012