|Club||Byron Walthall||Charlotte Youth Rowing||Charlotte||NC|
|Best Time||Location||Weather||Second Best Time||Location||Weather|
|Varsity Four 2,000m||7:18.9||Nathan Benderson Park (AYC1) (final)||direct sustained starboard cross wind, some wind shifts to starboard bow||7:27.9||Nathan Benderson Park (AYC1) (prelim.)||Starboard bow wind, sustained|
|Best Time (mm:ss.s)||1:21.5||6:31.9||17:23.3||-||36:49.6||-||-|
|Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Years rowing|
Premier Rowing League Southeast Storm
Starboard and scull, single, double, four, quad and 8
I love the camaraderie and bonding that happens when a group of people work hard together for a common goal. I can contribute power and intensity, and am very team oriented. I am more organized and focused when I am rowing at a high level, and I like pushing myself physically to excel. I can also motivate others to achieve their best. I am also very good with tools and can rig and de-rig shells, load for regattas and troubleshoot any issues.
I was a patrol leader fro my BSA troop. I taught the younger scouts many of the skills they need to do wilderness overnights. I also was asked to hold camping and survival skills workshops for a local Girl Scout Troop for several years.
I work out at a local gym every M, W, F with a trainer on strength and conditioning, and T, Th, with another trainer on the erg for stamina and speed. I practice on the water with my club team 6 afternoons a week, 2 hours a day, and am working to eat a more balanced diet.
BSA Life Scout, Order of the Arrow, Eagle Candidate. My Eagle project is the repopulation of bluebirds in a local park. I am building and installing 10 nesting boxes, 1-2 viewing benches and 10 weatherproof, full color informational signs in a "story walk" around the park.
Member of my church youth group.
Volunteer for local Learn to Row overnight camp.
I have been given a lot of opportunities in my life, and enjoy using my talents to help others.
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