|Best Time||Course Name||Location||Exact Distance||Description|
|100 HRDL||100||110 HRDL||200||400 HRDL||400||800||1,500||1,600||3,000 STPL||3,000||3,200||5,000||10,000|
|Second Best Time||-||14.74||-||-||-||-||-||-||10:33.00||-||-||-||-||-|
|Second Best Time||-||31'7.50"||-||-||-||-||-||95'7.87"|
2015 First place Discus in Pacific Far East Championship D2 ;
|Hand||Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Vertical jump|
I want to be recruited to play sports in college, because I can see myself growing through this sport both mentally and physically. I am a self-motivated person and with the double support I get from my high school coach everyday, I can only imagine how much I would be able to do doing collegiate/professional level Track and Field.
As the captain of the throwers, I have ensured that all throwers are performing all the drills and exercise mandated by the coach. Mentored new throwers and assigned senior throwers to help train and aid them.
Serve as a group leader for my church teen group "IMPACT Teens". Assists the adult leaders in setting up youth events and meetings. Lead the youth praise and worship team.
Being a student alone can be stressful and take up a lot of time studying and doing homework; but when you consider yourself an athlete, practice time and extra time to doing training seems to be impossible to do at the same time all-year around! S to ensure I do my best as a student-athlete, I try to stick to an organized schedule. I want to know what time everything is, and if it is not exact, I would at least like the approximate time. When I do this, I could probably do homework, meet up with people, have some private time to myself (even if it's only for thirty minutes!), or study.
I believe if I do this I can stay calm as possible and not feel like I am being thinned out too much.
I am an active volunteer with the American Red Cross, and a member of the BETA Club. As a Red Crosser we have provided drink canteens for the hospital and assisted in information tables with the disaster team. As a BETA Club member assisted with the Special Olympics, by aiding participants.
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