My name is Paige Hall and I am a 5'10 inch, 135lb swimmer who is graduating in the year 2021.
Joining my club, Machine Aquatics’, National team at the age of 13 was very important in shaping who I am as a swimmer today. Being that young gave me not only the opportunity to learn from the older and faster kids, but it also helped give me goals to work towards. Now that I am a few years older and am a contributing member to the team, it means everything to me. I would consider myself to be very much a team player, but I also have personal goals that I work hard for every day. My day involves waking up at 4:00 every morning to work for my goals and towards what I want to accomplish, then going straight to school to learn and achieve good grades. Many days I go to TRX or my second Varsity sport (Volleyball, in season) and then homework. This routine illustrates my work ethic and my drive as a student athlete. I have been able to maintain a 4.2 GPA both Freshman and Sophomore years while swimming for my club 6 days a week, dry-land and also being on 2 Varsity sports for my school. This has taught me many things, but most importantly time management and focus.
I look forward to continuing this path in College by attending a University where I can achieve my scholastic goals while being a contributing, hardworking and enthusiastic member of the swim team.