|Best Time||Course Name||Location||Exact Distance||Description|
|3 miles Time||23:48.00||Gwinnet County Sectional Meet||GA International Horse PK Conyers, Ga||3.1 miles||-|
Lettered Junior Year (first year) 2017 Season at Mill Creek High School
My junior year was my first year running. I decided to run as a way to train for endurance and set a goal for myself each race. My first meet in Jefferson, GA placing 55th. To my last race in Conyers, Ga. placing 11th place. Only running in 9 meets during the season in a short amount of training time.
|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||-||-||-||-||-||1:32.00||2:50.00||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
I have moved many times and with that experience I have learned how to succeed in proving myself worthy of a good player to many coaches.
I would enjoy being recruited for a college team to keep myself on daily routine, keeping my personal fitness up, and to top it off continue in the sports I have put hours of numerous training into. It would be a privilege to represent a team that has faith I can perform at the best of my ability.
I have learned being a leader does not mean you have to always be upfront to show you have the ability to lead. I often observe. It is the best way for me to learn. I do what needs to get done. I excel so there is no question for my superior or coach to doubt my ability to follow directions. I am a first year lifeguard and as a first year I am learning about knowing what to do in a high intense situation, but also I lead by example so the high intense situations can be avoided at all possible. I look for potential risks for example running on a wet pool deck. That can lead to a concussion or spine injury. I do what I am told and I make mistakes. However if i did not make a mistake I would not learn. I am learning alongside many guards that have been at the pool for many years, but I do the little things and through doing this I was appointed Lead Guard for my pool. I was given this opportunity because of other guards and my supervisors observing my everyday routine at the pool. Through learning and observing I achieved a goal I set for myself and in doing so I gave others hope and determination to achieve their goals as well. On the field I do the same as well I often observe to learn little tricks and tips
I start my day with a long run it could consist of three to six miles. I come home and follow through with my home exercises. Along with the end of day workouts following after my routine. During the year I take a weight training class and practices run from May to April for myself so I stay busy.
I am involved in my community in different ways. I volunteer at church on Sundays and teach toddlers Bible stories. Also, I am a lifeguard at my neighborhood pool and I see family friends and neighbors at the pool regularly and get connected with them through church along with it.
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