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|Club||Bruce Marchionda||TAC Titans||Cary||-|
|High School||Leesville Road High School|
|50yd free||50m free||100yd free||100m free||200yd free||200m free||400m free||500yd free||800m free||1000yd free||1500m free||1650yd free|
|50yd back||50m back||100yd back||100m back||200yd back||200m back|
|50yd fly||50m fly||100yd fly||100m fly||200yd fly||200m fly|
For Leesville Road High School, I made the States Team in my sophomore and junior years. For three years, I have made the conference and regional team for Leesville Road High School. Some other accomplishments include breaking a minute in my 100 back last year and this year as well as consistently dropping times in my events each year.
Over the past couple of years I have achieved many achievements in my swimming and my academics. Some academic achievements included becoming a member of National Honor Society, helped form a honors club and became an officer in the club, and became treasurer on junior class council. For swimming, some achievements that I have accomplished include breaking 1:00 in the 100 back last year and consistently achieving best times in my events each year. I am also the athlete representative on North Carolina Swimming's Officials committee as well as being a swim instructor and a summer league coach.
I have been swimming for a majority of my life and I have fallen in love with the sport. Swimming has taught me so many things such as figuring out how to manage both school and swimming and to always try my best. I have made life-long friends and have made memories I will never forget. I would really like to continue this sport as long as I can and make some new memories with different people in a new, exciting place.
I have demonstrated leadership throughout my years of swimming. One way is by becoming a summer league coach for the TAC Torpedoes at Triangle Aquatic Center. Doing this I have gotten closer with many children and have been able to give them advice to help them improve their swimming. I have demonstrated leadership throughout my community as well. I have done this by becoming an officer in an Honors Club at my school-Pride Players. Pride Players is a club that does community service projects during lunch to give back to our community. With this opportunity, I have had the privilege of organizing service projects for each meeting, as well as grow closer to many people in the Wake County community.
Some community service I am involved in include National Honor Society and Pride Players. For National Honor Society and Pride Players every meeting we do, we perform community service projects. We have done projects ranging from making dog treats for our local animal shelter to making thank you cards for our teachers. Community service is important to me because people deserve to be recognized for their hard work. As well as we should always try to help out people and animals in our community who are less fortunate.
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