The Olympic flame still flickers for Ty Swadling after the Cardiff 30-year-old trampolinist enjoyed his best campaign at the Australian Gymnastics Championships.
Tokyo 2020 and this year's World Championships in Japan remain on Swadling's radar having collected four gold medals, including a third men's individual title, and gained selection in the national squad.
But life and priorities have changed in recent times with eight-month-old son Connor and a new job as head of PE at Cessnock High School.
"It [Olympics] is always in the back of my mind," Swadling said.
"But it's a difficult one because I've always been Olympics and this and that, but now I'm really trying to prioritise work and my family.
"Trampolining will always be part of my life because it's just part of what I do and what I enjoy, but for the rest of it we're just going one step at a time."
The major solo crown from Melbourne in late May added to prior success in 2011 and 2017.
Swadling said it was made even more satisfying after opting for a more difficult routine in finals, featuring an increased number of triple somersaults.
"It's one that I've been working on for years now and wanted to perform," the Eastlakes Trampoline Sports member said.
"I've hit it once or twice over the years but never really been happy with the way it has come off. I decided to take the risk and do the big one and I got over the line for the win, which made it a little bit special."
Swadling also took out the men's synchronised alongside Sydney's Dominic Clarke. They paired up for bronze in the same discipline at last year's World Championships in Russia.
His other golds were in teams and trans-Tasman events.