Bermuda's Dame Flora Duffy is not planning a party if she strikes gold in the women's triathlon at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Duffy, a world, Olympic and Commonwealth champion, has vowed to immediately turn her attention to the mixed relay upon the completion of the women's event.
The 34-year-old will partner Erica Hawley, Tyler Smith and Tyler Butterfield, who will compete in his final Commonwealth Games triathlon having also been in the field when triathlon made its Commonwealth Games debut at Manchester in 2002, as well as in Glasgow in 2014 and the Gold Coast in 2018.
Butterfield also took part in the cycling at Melbourne in 2006 and the 39-year-old hopes to bow out of the sport with a bang in Birmingham.
Duffy, who won gold at the Commonwealths in 2018 on the Gold Coast before following it up with the Olympic title at Tokyo 2020, wants to be on top form for retiring team-mate Butterfield in the mixed team relay just two days after her individual event.