The most accomplished people I know are barely functional at anything other than what makes them successful. It means that sometimes they're not that easy to relate to, but it doesn't make them bad people, or narcissists, or sociopaths or even unkind. They just know what's important and whose opinion counts.
If you're reading this, you're not an Olympian yet (most likely) so maybe, just maybe there's something to be gained by taking a look at the way you approach your sport, your coaches, your teammates and/or your attitude in general. Being coachable means you're leaving room for the possibility that there's something you haven't learned yet that could make you even better.
Here are some things to remember when feelings of inferiority rear their ugly head in your life: Here is one universal truth, well said by Eleanor Roosevelt, "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." And I don't need to meet you to know that there is nothing inferior about you, my friend.