|Club||Brian Ebkeemail@example.com||OKC Riversport||Oklahoma City||ok|
|Secondary Positions||Str, Scl|
|Best Time||Location||Weather||Second Best Time||Location||Weather|
|Varsity Eight 2,000m||6:40.3||Friday heat Youth Nationals|
|Best Time (mm:ss.s)||-||7:15.9||-||23:24.0||-||-||-|
|Most Outstanding Novice girl - 2013
Female Athlete of the Year - 2015
|USRowing Youth National Champion Womens Lightweight 4+ 2014 = 1st place
USRowing Youth National Championship Womens Varsity 8+ 2015 = 7th place
CRASH-B Indoor World Championship Womens Jr. Lightweight Division 2015 = 1st place
World Development Team 2014
US National Selection Camp 2015
Recognized by the Oklahoma State Legislature - Resolution recorded on April 30, 2015
As an athlete that has been a part of this program for three years, I have had the opportunity to mentor and help upcoming novice athletes and younger varsity athletes by encouraging them and helping them realize their potential. Away from practice, I feel it is very important to have camaraderie and include everyone. i try to do this whenever possible.
I firmly believe that a positive attitude has helped me the most through my athletic and academic career so far. I believe that getting enough sleep, exercising, and proper nutrition are the key to a healthy athletic career.
I am a Teen board member for a community service project called Focus on Home, as a board member I help direct the group projects towards building houses and helping to better the OKC community. I am also a committee member for Duck Week, this is a very important part of our school culture, it stands for "Doing Unselfish Charities for Kids". As a community, we nominate and select a person or family in our community to raise money for. Our past recipients have been fellow students, teachers and others in need after tornadoes or similar disasters.
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