|Club||Francisco Viacava||Miami International RowHouse||Miami||FL|
|Secondary Positions||Prt, Str|
|Best Time (mm:ss.s)||-||8:02.3||-||-||-||-||-|
|Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Years rowing|
3rd place ,Head of the 941 2021. Womens U17 1x 3/10
1st place, Head of the 941 2021. Womens U17 2x (seat 2), 1/12
13thplace/47 , Head of the Hooch 2021, Womens U17 1x time of 19:09.8.
25th/54, Head of the Charles 2021 , Womens Youth Doubles Open weight (seat 2) . (21:28.8) Miami International Rowhouse Club.
1st Place, FSRA Sweep State Championships, JR 8+ Seat 4 , spring (2021) Hollywood Girls Row Club
3rd place , US Rowing Southeast Youth Championship, U17 8+ Seat 5, / 2+ Seat 1, 4th place (2021) HGRC
FSRA State Sculling Championship , LW 4+ Seat 2 , 4th Place (2021) HGRC
Youth Cup Series I , U17 8+ Seat 6 , 3rd Place(2021) HGRC
OARS Youth Invitational , JR 8+ Seat 4, 3rd Place (2021) HGRC
Miami International Rowhouse - Currently rowing for Olympic coach Franky Viacava ( Peru, Puerto Rico).
Hollywood Girls Rowing Club (Spring 2021)- Won the Girls Junior 8+ FSRA State Sweep Championship.
Set club records for one mile run ( 6:33) , two mile run (14:59), 3 mile run ( 23:37). Focusing this offseason on strength and conditioning to continue to help my rowing form and technical efficiency.
USTA Junior tennis 2017-2021. Played in the competitive Southern California & South Florida Sections.
Class Aquatics Swim Club( Westlake Village, CA) , 2yrs. Competed in the breaststroke and medley events throughout California.
My father played college football and was my tennis coach during my development years and introduced me to college sports at an early age. I attended various sporting events at local Universities; UCLA,USC, Pepperdine :to name a few. The energy, emotions, and comradery of the team sports was incredibly infectious and inspiring. I have found that same feeling in rowing and very much want to continue this experience at the highest level possible in college.
My club never medaled at FSRA Sweep States, OARS invitational and at Regionals in U17 8+ or Junior 8+ boats before. I started my rowing career with a goal in mind to win and set the tone as best I could at practice by out running everyone in land training and working hard to elevate my teammates potential and production. To me, practice was the Regattas and I refused to let my teammates give in to any excuses that they didn't feel like training that day. I constantly reminded them that better and more accomplished clubs (Sararsota, OARS) are not taking any days off and their success proves it. We as a team learned to embrace the suck and put our heads down and went for it without any excuses. I believe our success this year is due to extraordinary coaching and girls who all bought into the work.
Having a father who coaches and develops junior tennis players, I am afforded with the constant lessons of piss poor preparation results in piss poor performance. With that in mind, my diet and time management are just as important as my physical strength and conditioning times. Learning, sometimes the hard way, to have some self discipline has been an eye opening experience and I look to continue to evolve my nutrition, training, and school work to create even better outcomes as, I prepare for my future.
Student Council Representative of Century Academy (2019-2020),
National Charity League Conejo Valley,
United States Presidential Volunteer Service Award,
Rosebud Award for Volunteer Community Service.
Working in a volunteer capacity of the National Charity League provided me with opportunities to meet a diverse amount of individuals and families who all had different obstacles and situations to overcome such as, Mana, which provided free food to under privileged people. Helping stock shelves and unload trucks gave me an appreciation for the labor aspect involved in our food industry. Listening to the stories of people affected by unemployment or addiction issues that led them to this position in life was quite humbling and educational.