Track and Field isn't just a sport to me but life. I've been running for as long as I can remember. My Collegiate goals and aspirations are to be a top runner in college and compete in the Olympics while getting a higher degree of education. My work ethic and commitment on the track and off the track are different. Don't take my word for it, come watch me practice or compete. I don't only stay an extra hour or two working on blocks or hitting weights but I Currently Workout with college sprinters at a local Division I university on Saturdays and holiday breaks. I do this to seek out competition better than I am, so I can push myself to be even better than I was the day before. I'm very coachable and down to learn new things to improve my craft. If I can't get something done, I'll personally make time to do it on my own. That doesn't just apply to track but also off the track. I'm not only enrolled in ApDual/ Honor classes but I also attend a Medical High School. It can be tough sometimes with all the work from all my classes plus clinical's but I know nothing comes easy in life and if you're willing to keep on working and going, you can accomplish everything and anything you ever wanted to accomplish in your lifetime and more.