I am nominating my daughter, Carina, to carry the Olympic torch to show her and everyone involved in the 2012 Olympics how proud of her I am and all that she does and hopes to be.When the Olympic flame is carried Carina will be 13, but since she was old enough to walk and talk she has helped me every day of her life. I suffer from polio which means I am unable to walk and although I try to leave a full and active life I can I need help with even some of the simplest tasks of everyday life. Carina has always cared for me in and out of the home; she has never once asked why she has to help or complained about having to be there to help me. Instead she puts her energy to being the best she can be, true Olympic spirit(!). As well as keeping up an excellent academic performance (including being awarded the information communication technology prize at in 2010 and becoming deputy head girl of her school) she find time and energy to nurture her creative side (learning the saxophone and competing in speech and drama competitions twice yearly).She also shows her desire to help others through her commitment as part of the Young Firefighters' Association. When I asked Carina if she would like to carry the flame, she only thought of others and said it would be a great chance to show everyone in Britain and the world how proud she of what the Olympics represents;in reality it's our chance to show how proud we are of how young Britons, like Carina, can be driven to succeed and help others.