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|Club||Azad Palani||Langley United U18 Metro Soccer Club||Langley||BC|
|High School||Kennith Jones|
Surrey United Soccer:
Jesse Cadman Memorial Tournament runner-up (2008), Silver division league champions (08/09), Jesse Cadman Memorial Tournament champions (2009), USSL gold division league champoions (2009), Surrey soocer district 1 U11 Silver playoff runner up (09/10), Surrey soccer district 1 U11 silver league champions (09/10), Labour Day tournament champions (2010), U11 silver SMSA playoff champions (10/11), Starfire Memorial day cup champions (2011), U12 Labour day tournament Champions (11/12), Port coquitlam thanksgiving tournament runner-up (2012), Starfire sounders fc cup tournament runner-up (2012)
Part of Surrey United BCSPL soccer team 2013-2014
Surrey Guildford United Metro League:
5 district cup (Blue cup) Champions (14/15), U15 boys metro select league champions (14/15), SX cup champions (2015) , Starfire spring classic tournament champions (2015), Umbro challenge cup champions (2015), BC soccer provincial championships 3rd place (2015)
Langley United Soccer Association:
BC soccer provincial championships runner-up (2017)
2012 Vancouver Sun Run: Top 500 overall with time of 46:48
It would a great honor to be apart of a college sports team for 5 years. I would be able to grow and learn more as well as help my team succeed. My dad played university basketball and I've always wanted to follow in his footsteps. This would also give me the opportunity to have a career as an athlete.
On the soccer field, I try to take a vocal approach to communicate well with my teammates. That means I never stop talking when I'm out there. I always give the both the good and positive talks congratulating them on a successful play they had, and giving them a harsh motivational talk when they continue to make the same mistake. Off the field, i demonstrate leadership by spending my off time doing school leadership over the past 2 years. I now have over 200 hours of community service.
In order to be a healthy athlete, you always need to stay hydrated, constantly eat healthy meals and portions, and always staying active. I try to drink 8-10 cups of water a day with either a protein drink after activities or chocolate milk after to replenish my energy. For eating habits, I tend to try to eat the requirements on the provincial food chart; I'm always eating vegetables, fruit, grains, dairy and any type of meat. Last, for trying to stay active, I always make a schedule to either do a workout video at home, go to the gym and lift wheights or go to the soccer field for a couple of hours and train on the days where I don't have practice.
I help out every year with the Cloverdale Rodeo, for the past 2 years. I also do leadership at my school for any school events or sporting events we have. This is important to me because it gives me a good feeling knowing that i'm helping out my community and giving them my time to show that I care about others.
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