|Secondary Positions||Str, Scl|
|Best Time||Location||Weather||Second Best Time||Location||Weather|
|Varsity Eight 2,000m||6:48.0||Anacostia, DC||-||-||-||-|
|Varsity Four 2,000m||7:38.0||Anacostia, DC||-||-||-||-|
|Best Time (mm:ss.s)||1:56.0||8:14.5||21:57.8||-||44:57.4||-||4:08:36.0|
|Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Years rowing|
Sports have always been a large part of my life and have had a significant impact on me over the years. I have met some of my closest friends through sports and learned very valuable skills/lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork and leadership. Playing sports has had such a positive impact on me over the years and I would love the opportunity to continue to learn and grow through sports in college.
As a young athlete it is very important to me that I maintain good health in order to continue competing as long as possible. During the school year and during the season I make sure to take advantage of every opportunity to study and complete work so I can ensure that I will not be overloaded by my schoolwork combined with my athletic schedule. Additionally, I use any other free time to stretch or at least go for a walk so I can keep myself moving in some way.
I volunteer at my voting precinct every year in addition to participating in opportunities to provide food to those in need through local food drives and volunteering at food pantries. I am a scholastic leader for athletes without limits where I help intellectually disabled athletes learn to row. I am also an intern for DC strokes where I work with their ‘serve your city’ program to coach under-price lagged youth in the DC area. These opportunities allow me to give back to my community and connect with people I would not have otherwise interacted with to help share my love for rowing
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