Three of Australia's best young medal chances have arrived in London, where they are confident of having a real crack at Olympic gold.
Women's match racers Nina Curtis, Lucinda Whitty and Olivia Price turned heads last month when they won gold on the London Olympic course at Weymouth at the Sail for Gold regatta.
However, the young Olympic debutantes are taking the hype around their Olympic build-up in their stride, saying they are not thinking too much about expectations.
"(I'm) not really stressed about the pressure, we're pretty relaxed," Curtis told AAP on Wednesday.
"We've had a good lead-in so we feel prepared."
They will have a few days off before heading to Weymouth next week ahead of their first training session on July 26.
"It's a pretty comfortable environment," Curtis said of Weymouth.
"It should be lower key than some of the big events that we've had, definitely a good opportunity to focus."
Whitty said Weymouth was an exciting sailing venue for spectators and Olympians alike.
"I like the wind and the sailing venue is awesome," she said."It's a great place, it's going to be great for spectators."