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Halsted, while happy to take part, admitted feeling uncomfortable on the set. "Every time, the director would say 'let's do it again'. "It brings athletes opportunities they wouldn't get at any other time and it's really nice to have these unique, strange opportunities to take advantage of.
"But you have to be careful of just how many people are interested in using and abusing you.
"We went through a bit of kayaking technique together, but then I accidentally jabbed her with it. It went downhill from there." There is a serious side to a passionate paddler's furtive fumble for the viewing public, and it's one BBC Radio 5 live will explore in this week's London Calling programme: how do Olympic sports and their athletes choose to present themselves in the face of unprecedented media attention?
Gold body-paint and judiciously placed union jacks are the staples of many a newspaper spread ahead of an Olympic Games, but the voracious media appetite for Olympians in the lead-up to London - whether matched by the wider public or not - is generating an ever-broader range of opportunities.
"There will be one a week - after me there will be baseball players, American footballers and so on, with a weekly leaderboard. "It's aimed at a cricket audience and that's good exposure for us to an untapped audience, but I know there would be a line.