Adele Nicoll is already an international athlete in two sports, but it would seem a reasonable bet to place on her one day making it a hat-trick.
Adele said hello to bobsleigh after first emerging as a talented track and field athlete and she finds trying new sports just as satisfying as winning.
The 25-year-old from Welshpool will compete for Team Wales at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games in shot put, where her recent rapid progress makes her among the favourites for a medal.
Athletics was her first sport, but then her versatility - as well as her curiosity - led her to try bobsleigh and only two years later she was competing as part of the Great Britain squad at the Beijing Winter Olympics back in February.
So, like most sports activists who get a thrill by adding a new string to their bow, are there any current plans to expand her horizons further?
“I wouldn’t say I’m searching for a third sport,” she says.
“I was just asked recently about the future and for me my future doesn’t just end with these two sports.
“I don’t know what that third spot will be. I’m very much looking to stay involved in athletics for at least another Commonwealth Games cycle up to 2026 and then a Summer Games.
“I’d love also to be at the Summer Olympic Games in 2028.
“And then I’ll see what life looks like at that point. But I would like to participate in another sport professionally before retiring.”
In the countdown to Birmingham 2022 this year, Adele - who competes for the renowned Birchfield Athletics Club - produced the performance of her life to win the shot put title at the Muller UK Athletics Championships, just two weeks after claiming the Welsh title.
The Team Wales athlete propelled the shot a massive 42 centimetres further than she had ever done before to register a new personal best of 17.59m.
In doing so, Adele catapulted herself past the United Kingdom’s top two ranked competitors and into the gold medal position on the championship’s podium.