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Jacqueline Thring
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Mount Olive University

NCAA D2Track & FieldSpring 2019, Fall 2019
T&F is my passion. I believe that studying in the US will give me the best opportunity to get my degree whilst continuing my T&F career. I am looking forward to committing myself to working hard in the classroom and for my college track team.
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Personal info
Track & Field
Australia
Female
5 feet 5 1/2 inches
May 8 2000
Spring 2019, Fall 2019
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2018:

Adelaide Invitational #2 (Open)- January – 100m (3rd), 200m (3rd )
Draftee #18 for South Australian Open Synergy competition – 100m (3rd) & 200m (3rd)
Australian Open Nationals, Gold Coast (Commonwealth Games trials) – Open 100m (48th), 200m (30th, 5th in heat), 4x100m relay (4th)
Australian Junior Nationals, Sydney – U20 100m (15th, 5th in heat), 200m (18th , 3rd in heat), Long Jump (22nd ), 4x100m relay (2nd, Silver), 4x400m relay (6th)

http://live.athletics.com.au/player.php?i=27044

2017:
Athletics South Australian State Championships – 5 gold medals, 1 silver. Events Under 18 100m, 200m, 400m (silver), Long Jump & High Jump. Under 20 High Jump.

Little Athletics State Individual Championships (Under 17) – 5 gold medals and three State Best Performances. Events 100m, 200m, 400m, Long Jump & High Jump. Named as the female athlete of the meet.

Qualified for the Australian Open Track & Field Nationals in 100m & 200m in 2017.

Northern Districts Athletics Club Junior Female Athlete of the Year (2016/2017), Northern Districts Athletics Club Best Female Athlete at State Championships (2017). Now the holder of the Northern Districts U18 and Open 60m records, along with both the U18 100m & 200m records. All set in 2017.

Team results:
I have represented my state of South Australia at the Australian Nationals on numerous occasions:
2013
Australian All Schools Nationals, Townsville – U14 100m, 200m, 400m, 4x100m relay

2014
Australian All Schools Nationals, Adelaide – U16 200m,400m, 4x100m relay, 1000m Swedish sprint medley relay

2015
Australian Junior Nationals, Sydney- U16 100m, 200m, 400m, 4x100m relay, 4x200m relay

Australian All Schools Nationals, Melbourne – U16 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay, 1000m Swedish sprint medley relay

2016
Australian Junior Nationals, Perth – U17 100m, 200m, 400m, Long Jump, 4x100m relay, 4x400m relay

Australian All Schools Nationals, Canberra – U18 100m, 200m, Long Jump, 4x100m relay, 1000m Swedish sprint medley relay

2017
Australian Junior Nationals, Sydney – U18 100m (11th), 200m (8th), 400m (13th), Long Jump (16th), 4x100m relay (5th), 4x400m relay (5th)

#1 – 60 meter dash: 7.81 (outdoor time)
#2 – 60 meter dash: 7.83 (outdoor time)
#1 – 100 meter dash: 12.05
#2 – 100 meter dash: 12.25
#1 – 200 meters: 24.63
#2 – 200 meters: 24.90
#1 – 400 meters: 58.55
#2 – 400 meters: 58.65
#1 – High Jump: 1.58m/5’ 2 7/32”
#1 – Long Jump: 5.46m / 17’ 10 31/32 “
#1 – Triple Jump: 10.45m
— Heptathlon PR of 3825 Points
#1 – 4×100 meter relay: 47.18
#2 4×100 meter relay: 47.98
#1 – 4×400 meter relay: 4:00.71
#2 – 4×400 meter relay: 4:10.60

Gawler Little Athletics Centre athlete of the year – multiple times

At High School (Xavier College)– won the track and field age group awards in all age groups U14, U15, U16 & Open (2017)

I Currently hold approximately 18 high school track & field records across the age groups at Xavier College.

2016 State Catholic Track & Field Carnival – Won 4 individual events setting 4 records. 100m, 200m, Long Jump, High Jump.

Member of the Under 16 4x200m relay team that won the National Bronze medal in 2015.

https://www.bunyippress.com.au/jacquelines-camp-success/

Academic info
December 14 2018
Senior in High School at Xavier College, Gawler, South Australia
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Interview

I am very goal orientated. Once I have set my goals, I do what I need to do to achieve them. I understand that becoming elite in my chosen sport is a journey, I am prepared to put in the commitment and hard work to attempt to reach my goals and realise my dreams. I only received my first state medal when I was 14, I have seen so many others drop out of the sport because they do not understand that there are ups and downs as you chase being the best that you can be.
One of my advantages is that I love competing and enjoy the big occasions. I want to run and jump against the best; that is how I will improve myself.

The college system in America is widely regarded as the best University based track and field competition in the world. To be able compete at this level and meet my academic goals at the same time is a wonderful opportunity. I would love the chance to be able to train and compete as part of a college team in a sport that is majorly an individual pursuit.

I am aiming to be a successful student and athlete. The measure of my success will be to complete my studies and balance this with my sporting endeavors. As an international student I am looking forward to experiencing life at a college in America.

One of my mottos in life is ‘If you never start, you will never know’. I know I have talent in track & field, how far it will take me I don’t know, but I am prepared to put in the hard yards to find out. My ultimate goal is to compete for my country on the track at the Olympics, along the way I want to refine my skills and gain experience by giving my all to a college track team. On the education front I want to complete a degree, most likely in a sports science field. Combining these will be beneficial in both my future sporting and professional life.

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