I first started swimming at the age of 4 in Kazakhstan. By now I accumulated a myriad of achievements. For example, in Kazakhstan, I am a candidate to the master of sports, a part of the Center of preparation of the Olympic Reserve, participated in numerous district and national swim meets, qualified and participated in10th Asian Age Group Championship, have 11 bronze, 18 silver, and 17 gold medals.
Last year I studied in the U.S. and was a part of SEM's swimming team. I participated in district and state championships and currently have 2 gold, 3 silver medals. I was included in the Swimming All-Stars.
By the end of this year, I plan to get promoted to Master of Sports and be transferred to the Center of Olympic Training in Kazakhstan. And then dedicate myself to swimming in the U.S.A. Also, I plan to show better performance this year and go to nationals.
I consider myself a very worthy candidate for the team because I'm very competitive, hard-working, and always aspire to get better at whatever it is that I do. I was nominated for "The Most Valuable Player" award in my freshmen year.
I love working hard to achieve my goal. It not only about athletics, but also about academics. I have a very strong sense of team spirit. I am convinced that every member of the team has to go 101% for the sake of the team's glory. This year my GPA was 3.6, but next year it is going to get elevated because next year I was allowed to take quite a few science classes, and science is my love. I am nuts about medicine. I spend 35 hours a week learning about anatomy, biochemistry, microbiology, surgery, physiology, and pharmacology. My parents also received a merit page that states that "Zhantore Akylbekov, Almaty, was among more than 350 students named to the Dean's List, earning Honors at Wyoming Seminary for the Winter 2021 trimester."
Hope that You have a good understanding of my character. I keep my finger crossed that I become a member of Your awesome team.