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Used to row for Sarasota Crew on novice, then moved to North Carolina and row for Asheville Youth Rowing now
I want to be recruited to play sports in college because I love the hustle. Being a student athlete is one of my favorite things. While being the best I can be in both fields of life is challenging, I need such time consumption to assist me in improving my level of happiness. From guaranteed strong relationships with friends to free gear, being a college athlete is for me. All great things come with sacrifice and I'm 100% willing to give up something for the traits that college sports will give you.
When I am rowing, It is likely for me to be placed in stroke seat of an eight or a four. However, when I am not in a boat, and doing things aside from rowing, me, my twin sister, and two of our friends are running the Ultimate Frisbee Club of PCHS. We meet every other Sunday at a field near our school to play. This has opened up so many leadership opportunities for me that I didn't even know of, considering I have been rowing for six years.
I pursue "healthy athletic performance" by attending practice daily (minus Sundays), working out after practice, watching what foods I consume, and completely avoiding drugs and alcohol.
Each summer, for the last six years, I have attended Camp Highlander in Mills River, NC as a camper. However for my seventh year, I applied to be a part of the camp's CIT program. This allowed me to meet so many great people and children. For two weeks I was trained to become a cabin counselor. Three weeks following the training, I became one of the three counselors of Cabin 23! This was an experience that I couldn't achieve anywhere else in the world. Leading kids aged 11-13 through amazing activities daily and helping them conquer their fears was truly a life changing experience of being involved in the service of my community.
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