|Club||Scott Jones||North Carolina Rowing Center||Greensboro||NC|
|Secondary Positions||Prt, Str|
|Best Time (mm:ss.s)||1:47.6||7:47.5||-||-||-||-||-|
|Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Years rowing|
8th place - 2018 World Championships Erg Sprints, women’s 2K age 16 division out of 76
3rd place- 2018 John Hunter Regatta, women's open 4x (stroke seat)
2nd place - 2018 Clemson Club Masters Regatta, women’s open 2- (stroke seat)
1st place - 2018 North Carolina Youth Rowing State
4th place- 2018 Dogwood Youth Championships, womens open 4x (2 seat)
1st place - 2018 Southeast Regional U17 women’s 4X (stroke seat)
I can scull, as well as sweep, on both port and starboard side.
In addition to rowing, I am in Civil Air Patrol (CAP). Civil Air Patrol is the civilian auxiliary of the Air Force. This past year I was able to go to CAP encampment (much like boot camp) over winter break in Kentucky. CAP has taught me many things but most of all, respect and discipline. I have come to appreciate practicing drill for CAP, and I am thankful for the leadership opportunities CAP has provided me. I also volunteer for our local Down Syndrome Network and help with several of their fundraisers. I volunteer with the annual Buddy Walk which is a walk to promote inclusion and the annual 321 Dash, which is a race that includes and encourages those with Down Syndrome to participate. My younger sister has Down Syndrome so it is an organization that is near and dear to my heart. I am the oldest of four girls so when I have free time I spend much of it with my sisters and my friends.
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