Is there anything 13-year-old diver Tom Daley cannot do?
Be U-18 diving champion at the age of 10....Tick.
Win BBC's Young Sports Personality of the Year.....Another tick.
Become GB's second youngest ever male Olympian....One more tick (in August).
Gold in Beijing or even London in 2012....Ticks on hold.
Another big tick in the meantime time though. He's just been crowned European Champion after winning the 10m platform title in Holland, with no less than four maximum marks of 10 along the way.
Ask him to build an Olympic sized swimming pool out of matchsticks and I dare say he'd be standing in front of his construction within a couple of days, grinning from ear to ear revealing he finished a day ahead of schedule allowing time to finish his Maths homework.
Further success will depend on how he deals with the pressures of the biggest sporting stage in the world, and, in the coming years, how his changing and growing body will adapt to the rigours of pounding the water again, again and again. You try jumping off a board from a height of over two double decker buses on top of each other - without a splash.
You only need to hear Tom's team-mate and mentor Leon Taylor talk about his own illustrious career to hear about the physical suffering a diver has to endure. The aches and breaks will inevitably come.
But speaking to Tom, you feel he's got it all under control. You'd think you were in the company of an old pro - calm, charming, self-effacing and beautifully modest.
So who knows what's in store for this phenomenal talent?
With the help of his supportive family and continued guidance from Taylor et al at British Swimming, the future seems a pretty special place for Daley. And most important of all, he's loving every minute of this amazing journey.
Do you think he's capable of producing greatness for years to come?