Marisa Dick, Trinidad and Tobago's representative in the gymnastic events in Rio, says it's been very hard dealing with the "hate" towards her from many in the country she went to represent.
Dick, speaking at the ESPN Studio in Rio, said, however, that the experience at the Olympics was a dream come true.
Dick was asked how she has been able to handle the controversy involving her qualification for the Olympics over Thema Williams.
Gymnast Marisa Dick completed her first ever Olympic competition, representing Trinidad and Tobago in four gymnastic events today.
Dick represented Trinidad and Tobago in the Vault, Beam, Uneven Bars and Floor events.
She earned an overall score of 50.832, which was not enough for her to move on to the semi-final stage.
Dick scored 13.066 in the Beam; 12.533 on the Floor; 13.9 on the Vault; and 11.33 on the Uneven Bars.
Marisa Dick performs on the Women's Beam at the Rio Olympics today.
She scored 13.066 in this event.
Dick will also compete in the uneven bars, floor exercise, and vault.
See video below.
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Two female Trinidad and Tobago athletes will be in competition at the Rio Olympics today,
First in action will be Felice Chow, competing in the Women's Scull Rowing Repechage.
Chow placed fifth in Heat 6 on Saturday in a time of 8.31.83 and the Repechage is another opportunity for her to move further in the competition.
That event was due to start at 8.30 am but was delayed to 10 am due to strong winds.
Marisa Dick is the second T&T athlete in competition.