Homerun | Jan 16, 2013 | 5:37

Emilie Heymans

Today diver Emilie Heymans announced her retirement. She's a four time Olympic medallist. Most recently she won a bronze on the 3m synchronized springboard at the London Games. Listen to her conversation with Sue Smith.

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