Nur Suryani Mohamed Taibi is no stranger to being under pressure. As a first-time Olympian and 47th in the world in the 10-meter air rifle event, the 29-year-old Malaysian woman is used to shooting under a considerable amount of strain. After all, though the sport certainly looks easy, marksmanship depends on a delicate balance of breathing, timing, centering oneself, and shutting out the rest of the world in order to get that perfect shot. Even the smallest distraction can put a bullet off by scant millimeters, enough to change the entire competition. However, the prospect of competing in front of the entire world isn’t what’s most unnerving about the London Olympics — it’s that, at 8 months pregnant, she’ll have to step up to her rifle and will her baby not to kick while she’s making her decisive shot.