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Samantha Corbett
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AvailableCross Country, Track & FieldDistanceFall 2020
I would like to combine my academic studies and my sporting attributes, I believe that I am motivated to put in hard work to be the best, I will put as much determination and time into my sport as I will in to my academic work.
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Cross Country, Track & Field
New Zealand
Female
5 feet 3 inches
March 1 2002
English
Fall 2020
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Athlete info
Distance

– 800 meters: 2:18.65
– 1500 meters: 4:44.24
– 3000 metres: 10:30.09
— 2000 Metres Steeplechase: 7:06.08
— 5km road race: 19.07min, Cambridge, 3rd U20 women 2017
– 5km road race – 18.35
– 10 km leg road relay race – 43.26
– 4km cross country – 14.44

IAAF PROFILE: https://www.iaaf.org/athletes/new-zealand/samantha-corbett-359308

New Zealand Cross Country Team – U20 women – 2019 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Denmark

Gold medal 2000m steeplechase,
Silver medal 3000m U18 women – 2019 New Zealand Track & field Championships

Gold medal 1500m U18 women – New Zealand Track & Field Team — 2018 Oceania Regional Championships, Tahiti,

2018 – Silver medal 2000m steeplechase – New Zealand Secondary Schools

2018 – Silver Medal 2000m steeplechase, New Zealand Track & Field Championships.

2018 junior sportswomen of the year – Waitomo District Sports Awards

2018 New Zealand Secondary Schools Cross Country Team

2017 – Silver Medal 2000m steeplechase – New Zealand Secondary Schools Championships

2015 Junior sportswomen of the year, Waitomo district sports awards
Outstanding achievement at national level. Te Kuiti High school framed certificate.

2016 – bronze medal 2000m steeplechase, NZ Secondary Schools Championship.
2017- 3rd 2000m steeplechase, North Island Secondary schools Championship.
2015-16 – bronze medal 3000m, North Island Secondary schools Championship
Colgate games 2015 – bronze 1500m, children’s champs
2015- 2nd 1500m and 800m wai/BOP
2016 – 2nd 1500m and 1st 800m wai/BOP
2017 – 1st 1500m and 1st 800m wai/BOP

I compete at national level in both New Zealand Secondary school championship and Senior New Zealand championships.

#1 – Dist. Medley Relay: Colgate games 2015 bronze
#2 – Dist. Medley Relay: Wai/BOP champs 2014, 2015, 2016

Team events and results:
2018 – Silver Medal NZ Secondary Schools Cross Country Championships – Wai/Bop U18 womens Team
2018 – Gold Medal NZ Cross Country Championships – Wai/Bop U18 womens Team
2018 – Silver Medal NZ Road Race Championships – Wai/Bop U18 womens Team
2016 – Silver medal, New Zealand Road Relay Championship, Hamilton City Hawks under 20 womens team, at age 14.
2017 – bronze medal, New Zealand Secondary schools Cross Country Relay, Waikato/BOP intermediate girls team.
2014-2017 Waikato/BOP track & field team, New Zealand Interprovincial Championship.
2016 -17 Silver medal 4 x 100m relay, 2014 – 15 Gold medal 4 x 100m relay National age group championship.
Colgate games 2016 – 1st in the 4 x 100m relay and 3rd in the medley relay
Colgate games 2017 – 2nd in the 4 x 100m relay.
2017 – Gold Medal, New Zealand Road Relay Championship, Hamilton City Hawks Under 20 Womens Team

2018 – 5th New Zealand Cross Country Championships
2018 – 4th New Zealand Road race Championships
2018 – 4th 2000m steeplechase, Australian U23 Track & Field Championship
2017 4th U18 2000m Steeplechase, New Zealand Track & Field Championship
2016- bronze medal, New Zealand Cross Country Championship
2017 – 6th in the 4 km under 18 age group New Zealand Cross Country Championship
2016 – 3rd, road club champs 5km (PB 19.09)
2016 – 5th, New Zealand Road Race Championship
2016 – 3rd Round the Bridges 6km road race secondary schools challenge – 24.57
2015 – 5th, New Zealand Road Race Championship
2016 – 2nd, Waikato/BOP road race championship
2017 – 2nd, Waikato/BOP road race championship
2014– 3rd aims games New Zealand intermediate school cross country

Academic info
December 12 2019
Junior at Te Kuiti High School
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Interview

What makes me different is that I live in a small rural town of about 4000 people and have to train mostly on my own,I travel 1 hour and 15 minutes to train at a track 3 times a week, the rest of my training is done at my school grounds and road running. I’m self motivated and disciplined to train and study, I set goals and always work hard to achieve them. where I live I’m the only person who competes in athletics, cross country and road running at national level so I’m quite used to taking responsibility for my own sporting outcomes . I’m very motivated, honest and strive to be the Best.

College will give me the opportunity to reach my athletic potential by training and competing at an elite level. The idea of training and competing within a college team environment motivates and excites me, and will help achieve my goal of representing my country on the international stage.

I want to come out with a degree and compete at the highest level, this opportunity allows me to do both. I also would like to be running qualifying times for the Olympics and Commonwealth games when I finish collage. So, I will be at the peak of my successful career when I compete at these two events in 2024 and 2026.

I want to represent New Zealand at the Olympics and the Commonwealth games and I want to travel the world doing track running and cross country. And ultimately to be the best that I can be and to do running as my job. I also want to give back to my sport by being a coach or physical education teacher, because I want to still be involved in my running career.

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