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100mh (76.2cm)(Hamilton,18 NOV 2018) – 14.06
300mh (Hamilton,11 MAR 2018) – 46.74
400mh (Sydney,16 MAR 2018) – 1:08.23
Gold medal 80m hurdles, 2017 North Island Colgate Games.
1st 80m hurdles, 1st 300m hurdles 2017 Porritt Classic.?
3rd 80m hurdles 2017 North Island Secondary Schools Championship
– 300m hurdles, PB 46.40 – Waikato Bay of Plenty Champs 2017.
– 400mH: 1:08.23
– 80m hurdles, PB – 12.30 – 2017 North Island Secondary Schools Track & Field Championship.
#1 – 4×100 meter relay: 2017 New Zealand Track & Field Championships, 4th runner for U18 WBOP.
#2 4×100 meter relay: Colgate Games:
Wellington – gold
Hastings – silver
#1 – 100 meter dash: 13.88
#1 – 4×400 meter relay: 2017 New Zealand Track & Field Championships, 3rd runner for U18 WBOP.
#2 – 4×400 meter relay: Trans-Tasman – 3rd place, 4th runner
#1 – 200 meters: 27.87 – North Island Colgate Games 2017
#2 – 200 meters: 27.47 Porritt open meet
#1 – 400 meters: 1:02 – WBOP Children’s Champs
#1 – Dist. Medley Relay: Colgate Games:
Wellington – bronze
Palmerton North – gold
Hastings – bronze
#2 – Long Jump: 4.93m
My main events are 80m hurdles and 300m hurdles. I can see from this list that New Zealand do not have these two events for my age. This season (2017-2018) I am switching to 100m hurdles as I am moving into a different age group
The thing that makes me different is that I come from a country called New Zealand where I live in small rural town of about 4,400 people. I am a very dedicated athlete as I travel to a city to train and compete 4 times a week in the city and train 2 more days when I am at home even though I have little equipment and not track to run on which takes a lot of effort and time. I am willing and determined to work hard and train hard to try and make sure I get the best opportunity to make it to the top in my sport and to try and get as far as I can representing my college and country when I return home
I would like to compete in college because it will be a totally different experience for me since I come from a small country like New Zealand where the level of competition and numbers are not as big. So, going to America will be life changing and I will not only get the opportunity to compete for my chosen collage and sport but to also further myself in my academic courses.
When attending the college that I will represent, my goal would be to accomplish and finish my course/s that I choose to take and balance my academic studies with my sport.
I would like to take my sport as far as I can go and encourage myself to take opportunities like this opportunity of a lifetime to America. I would also like to use what I will learn in America and what I have trained for to try and represent my country in world competitions such as the Olympic games and the Commonwealth games.
Te Kuiti junior girl athletics champion 2016 and 2017
Outstanding Achievement at National level for Athletics (Framed certificate) Te Kuiti High School
I also have/are involved in the following other sports at Te Kuiti High School; Hockey, soccer, netball. I currently try to play a variety of sports to balance playing a team sport and an individual sport such as track and field. My passion is hurdles especially 80m hurdles and 300m hurdles as that’s all my age group in New Zealand competes in. This season (2017-2018) I will slowly start to transition to 100m hurdles as I have gone up an age group.