My name is Kai DeGuzman and I am an athlete that competes in Track and Field and Football. My main events in Track and Field are sprints, hurdles, and jumps. Within my track career, I have competed in all events from the 55m dash, 300m dash, 800m and 1000m in indoor and everything from the 100m dash to the 1500m in outdoor, including all of the throwing events. I am a pentathlete and decathlete. I am a hard-working athlete and also an honor student within the classroom. I try my hardest to do my best and am very competitive.
During my Freshman year, I placed 6th in the NEC conference meet in the 400mh with a time of 62.73. I also competed in the Pentathlon in the indoor season and the Decathlon during the outdoor season. In the Pentathlon I scored 1953 points and in the Decathlon, I scored 3737 points.
As a sophomore, I placed 6th in the NEC Indoor Championships in the long jump. I also placed 5th in the long jump at the Red Auerbach State Freshman-Sophomore meet and I received the Steven B. Ross Award during the indoor season. In the outdoor season of my sophomore year, I was the 400mh Champion, the Long Jump Champion, and was the lead leg of the winning 4x800m relay at the 2019 NEC Freshman/Sophomore Meet. I also placed 5th in 400mh at the NEC Conference Championships with a time of 60.08s and placed 6th in the open 400m dash with a time of 53.85. In the 2019 MSTCA North Decathlon, I placed 14th with a score of 4762. Also after my Sophmore outdoor track season, I started competing as an unattached athlete in the USATF Junior Olympics. At the 2019 USATF New England Junior Olympics, I was the 400mh champion in the 15-16 division and was the runner up in the Triple Jump in the 15-16 division. I also placed 5th in the 15-16 Long Jump and 200m Dash which qualified me for the 2019 Region 1 Championships in Long Island. At the USATF Region 1 Junior Olympic Championships I placed 3rd in 400mh and 4th in Triple Jump in the 15-16 Division.
I started running hurdles in 6th grade and from there on have improved greatly with little, to no coaching until 9th grade. I have competed in states for hurdles on many occasions throughout my track career. I am very interested in running track and field for a college and reaching my goal of competing at a college level and becoming a better athlete than I am now. What separates me from other athletes is that I do everything I can to do my best, whether it be in academics or sports. Also, during the offseason, I train just as hard as during the regular season, whether it be in the weight room or doing other drills. It has always been a dream of mine to be able to compete at a higher level and have the opportunity to fulfill my goals of competing at the college level.
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