|Second Best Time||-||-||-||11'1.00"||-||-||-|
|Second Best Time||-||-||12'0.00"||-||-||-||-||-|
After overcoming mononucleosis and a foot injury my junior year track season, I am starting my senior season with a series of personal records. My training plan accelerates me to 13' and beyond during the 2018 outdoor season.
A competitor at heart, prior to discovering my love of pole vault, I competed as a competitive cheerleader. I learned to push myself, lead by example, work as a team and the small, but significant difference between being good and being great. That drive has helped me achieve 5 National Championships in cheerleading, a school pole vault record and progressing to Area's in Women's Pole Vault for the last three years.
Although I have had tremendous success in my chosen sports, I have also dealt with set back, injury and illness. The perseverance and resilience needed to be a competitive athlete often reveals itself when things do not go right. I learned the depth of my perseverance and drive overcoming an illness and injury along with a challenging academic load my junior year. Although I had tremendous limitations, I used the time to work on skills and strength that would help me advance quickly as my energy and stamina returned. Through it all, with a lot of determination, I was still able to advance to Area's during the outdoor season.
I am prepared and excited for what my collegiate future holds to continue learning and the contribution that I can make to the success of my team.
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