As I watch the Olympics, I imagine myself in the competition. I'm swimming for a medal, rocketing through the 100-meter dash, and rowing my heart out.
There are some problems with my flights of fancy. I don't have a swimmer's build, a runner's height, or a rower's stamina. To find my best Olympic sport match, I have to turn to the BBC's Olympic athlete body matcher.
Enter your height and weight and it will show you where you are on a plot of Olympic athletes and which Olympian you are closest to in size. The athletes range from a tiny gymnast to a hulking shot putter.
Here goes. I'm about to find out if I could compete in the vault, spike a volleyball, or wield a saber. The answer is... I most closely match a male Japanese equestrian.
I'm a little disappointed. I like horses, but I was hoping to match up with a gold medal diver or a Judoka.
Now I know which sport I'm cut out for, I have 4 years to get a horse, improve my riding skills, and make the 2016 Olympic team. Piece of cake, right?