U.S. Olympic diver Kristian Ipsen, 19, who will compete in the 3-meter synchronized springboard event in the London 2012 Olympic games, has no illusions about what's important in his specialized sport.

"Before, when I was younger, I didn't really have to worry about it," said the World Championship silver medalist and first-time Olympian about his strict fitness regimen in our exclusive video interview. "But now that I stopped growing — and I'm not that tall — and especially because diving is a sport where you need to look good on the board and you're not wearing much," he said, laughing. Indeed, to the delight of viewers everywhere.

Watch the rest of our video interview with Kristian Ipsen:

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