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Hi! Nice to meet you! I am Christin-Amani Kiivikas, but you can call me Amani. I live in Tallinn and I love healthy lifestyle and all what comes with it - good emotions and feeling, believing in myself and more. Before fitness I did practice tennis, dancing, gymnastics, track&field and fencing. The idea of training with my father Ott (https://sportlio.com/ott-kiivikas/) has been on my mind for a quite a while and also when I was participating in those other events. I remember quite well when on Christmas I went to talk with my father and about the idea of training with him. And ever since I haven't had any thoughts like I do not want to do it any more ... It is quite opposite - results that come with this event are inspiring me tremendously!
Work hard or go home!
Hei! Meeldiv tuttavaks saada. Mina olen Christin-Amani Kiivikas (enamasti kutsutakse mind ainult Amaniks). Tallinnas elav neiu, kes armastab tervisklikku elsutiili ning kõike sellega kaasnevat: head emotsiooni, enesetunnet, usku endasse jne. Olen tegelenud ka tennise, tantsimisega, iluvõimlemisega, kergejõustikuga ja vehklemisega. Mõte isa käe all treenima hakata oli jõlksunud mul peas juba siis, kui ma teiste aladega tegelesin. Mäletan hästi kuidas ühel aastal jõuludel läksin isa juurde sellest ideest rääkima. Ja ma pole kordagi selle poole aasta jooksul mõelnud, et ma enam ei taha vms.. hoopis vastupidi. Tulemused, mis sellega kaasnevad innustavad mind tohutult.
Minu nimi on Katrin Zaitseva, olen Tallinnast pärit triatleet.
Teekonna spordimaailma leidsin ma juba 7-aastaselt, kui mu vanemad mu esimest korda basseini äärde viisid ja nii see algaski... 13aastat olen ma professionaalselt tegelenud ujumisega. Esimest korda elus astusin absoluudi vanuseklassis poodiumile 12-aastaselt, mil saavutasin 2.koha 200m selili ujumises ja nii see ka jätkus.. Kokku olen ma tänasekspäevaks jõudnud Eesti meistrivõistlustel ujumises poodiumile 153 korral.
Ujumise kõrval meeldis mulle alati jooksmas käia ja olin ka unistanud proovida triatloni.. Nii avaneski 2015.aastal minu jaoks triatlonimaailm ning oma esimesel suvel, kui proovisin triatlonit suutsin ka võita oma esimese eestimeistri tiitli juunioride vanuseklassis!
Nüüdseks olengi täiskohaga triatleet, kes tegutseb kogu südame ja pühendumusega selle spordialaga, saavutamaks kõrgeid tulemusi!
Olen Võrust pärit pikamaajooksja, endine võrkpallur. Pikamaajooksuga hakkasin tegelema 2014. aasta suvel. Ma naudin treeningute ja töö tegemist. Mis ei tapa, teeb tugevaks! Ma elan tervislikku eluviisi, pööran väga suurt tähelepanu sellele, mida ma kütuseks kasutan. Kui mingit toit on vaja valmistada, siis võid kindel olla, et saan sellega hakkama. Minu iidolid on Mo Farah, Scott Jurek, David Rudisha ja Isaiah Thomas. Minu moto: Söö tervislikult, maga kaua ja treeni täiega! Kõige paremad saavutused: Rakvere Ööjooksu 21.1km kuues koht (2016) ja Võrumaa pikamaajooksusarja üldkokkuvõttes kolmaskuues (2016).
I am long distance runner from Võru, Estonia who started running in spring 2014, former volleyball player. I love to train and work hard. I live a healthy lifestyle and I am keen on cooking. My moto is eat healthy, sleep suvel. long and train hard! I believe that hard work beats talent. Idols Mo Farah, Isaiah Thomas, David Rudisha and Scott Jurek. My goal is to represent Estoniain the Olympics at the marathon
Isiklikud rekordid/Personal records:
I started sports at 7 playing at my school and then developing from school, extra circular activities and clubs. I train twice a week and on weekends and play in regular fixtures. sport gives away of getting away and feeling part of something, gives a feeling of success when I can play to my best ability .
In my matric year of High School Soccer I won the player of the tournament in the Kloof high school festival, and I was the first goalkeeper to win it in the history of the tournament. After high school I moved to the sharks soccer academy and worked my way up and got promoted to the Amazulu development side them progressed to the first team from there. I have been playing professionally for Amazulu FC for the past 3 years. I am registered for the Amazulu FC 1st team for the PSL 2018/2019 season. I am the 4th choice goalkeeper at the moment. I have played two nedbank cup games and was man of the match in one of them. I have been tested and rank in the top 2 strongest athletes in the team physically. We train every single day and I train with some of the best veteran goalkeepers in the league. I'm always doing extra gym work to increase my strength and speed. I'm an incredibly hard worker and I always want to get better each and every day.
Chaker Mohamed Lamine Dorbane ,Started Track & Field in October 2012, Joined the first club in Sidi Bel Abbes CSSY (club sportif sidi yacine) ,
• 2013/2014 cross country participation with 4'55 /km pace.
• December 2014 : Cross country participation.
• May 2015 Regional competitions in 1500 M by a time of 4"44.
• 2015/2016 winning some of the local cross-country races
• Improved 100 M and 200 M record 11'4 and 23.8 as a best time.
• qualified for the national university games , 100 M and 200 M and the 4*100 M relays
• 2016/2017 Qualification national university games 800M.
• 2017/2018 regional competition and national university games , participating in the 800 M did 2'02" and 4*400 M
• 2018/2019 made it to 1'56" in 800 M ,in this season he reached the final of 800 M university national games .
Alustasin vasaraheite treeninguid 18-aastaselt, aastal 2008. Praegune isiklik rekord ja Viljandimaa rekord on 65.07. Samuti on see tulemus kõigi aegade Eesti edetabelis 2. kohal. Eesti rekordist on puudu 70 cm. Parimaks saavutuseks pean kolmekordset Eesti meistri tiitlit ning tänavu suvel Euroopa meistrivõistlustel Zürichis saavutatud 22. kohta.
Client wearing #14 bib
Additional sports:badminton, table tennis
Prior achievements: played many inter-school tournaments
Level of play: intermediate
Birth date:11 December,2001
Class of :2017-18 (MYP)
Heath problem: tonsilitis
Areas of developments:Cardio Vascular Endurance, agility, layups , shooting, strategic thinking
Strength:dribbling, passing, lower body strength
I discovered my professional talent as a football player when i was 7yrs. I started my youth career with Unknown FOOTBALL ACADEMY in Bujumbura (Bwiza province). When I was 13 I started playing for Skerriestown FC. I had football trial in 2011 with Shelbourne FC academy (REPUBLIC OF IRELAND ) I was selected and I made my appearance for Shelbourne u16s. In 2013, I made senior appearance for Skerriestown FC in the LSL, I featured in the FAI CUP- FAI Intermediate CUP and In Aa friendly against Glenavon FC The NIFL side under Brian Donnelly. In 2014 I joined the GREAT MALAHIDE UNITED AFC for 2 Seasons Under Jude McKenna former League of Ireland Coach and Pete Mahon currently League of Ireland experienced Figure . And right now, I'm playing in a in the Leinster Senior League with (Glebe North )..
I Love this sport. Because it's a game of loving one another. It's a game of working together, planing together and winning together.
I train almost everyday of my life when it comes to football game. I have the techniques, strength and capacity of winning a matches. I am a good supporting striker with both foots.
My ambition is to see myself in an high class level of a professional league matches..
Hey there! I'm 5'57" and I play basketball. I currently live in Shanghai, but I am from Spain. I began playing when I was just five years old, although I began playing official games at the age of seven. I usually play point and shooting guard. I train almost every day after I finish my classes by myself, and I practice with my club (MELODY Moonie) every Sunday. I usually practice for two hours. My strength indicators are my shot and my attitude and love towards the game. I always try to practice and play as much as I can, pushing myself to my limits. I want to develop a good attitude and a love for the game like no one else.
I started my soccer carrer when i was 13 in my school days. Then at the age of 14 I joined this club and played for 5 years in this club and still playing. I am a central midfielder second position attacking central midfielder. Dribbling and passing the ball more and passing through the opponents and shooting at a glance are my strengths. I love soccer and would like to represent my country at international level if i get perfect coaching and attention.
My name is Lazaros Gavalas. I am in love with Tae Kwon Do, which makes me feel overjoyed at my life. In my personal case, I feel an extraordinary satisfaction when I have been able to give my best in every training ,sometimes, even more than when winning a competition. My journey in Tae Kwon Do started in September of 2011 in my hometown of Kallithea. I was born in Athens June of 2006 and after 8 years training I have a good ranking and many medals in Greece and European tournaments. It is not easy to be an athlete, who is competing by my age. As a matter of fact, there is almost no time for relax when competing at this high-standard; since, new goals and objectives show up along the way.
Everyone has a goal, may often look hard to achieve at first but if you continually make efforts toward your goal, then your time and energy will never have been wasted. Stay strong until you win against yourself. And at the end of the day, you will always be the winner.
I started sports at the age of 4, I have played Baseball for 14yrs including High School, had MLB tryouts with the Milwaukee Brewers. Transferred my athletic talent to Football in 2015 for a Semi-Pro League Gridiron Football League and played with the Tucson Thunder for 2yrs. I am an athletic OL that could play continues downs.
I began playing sports when I was 5 years old with baseball. My running career officially began when I was in the 8th grade once I joined my middle school's track team. I almost instantly became the fastest runner on the team so I continued running throughout high school. I was never the best runner on my high school team. My high school team had the top 7 runners automatically be on the varsity squad and everyone else was either on the JV or the Froshoph squads. I fluctuated my position on the team where myself and a couple of other guys would battle for that number 7 spot. It wasn't until track season during my junior year where distance running had "clicked" for me. My inspiration to excel much further into my running career was derived from watching the movie "Without Limits", a biography about Steve "Pre" Prefontaine and his athletic endeavors going from being a small town runner in Coos Bay, Oregon, to running under the legendary University of Oregon coach, Bill Bowerman. Then advancing his running career in running the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. Pre believed in testing the limits of the human heart with every race he ran throughout his career, and that's where I found my inspiration as a runner from then on.
With the inspiration I've obtained through watching "Without Limits" I began running on my own after coming home from practice, and began running harder in each workout the coach had us run. Then one day something remarkable happened, the distance squad was running an 800 repeat workout on a Tuesday afternoon. Through the first 2 reps I was running with the group of guys who I have ran with my entire high school career. During resting periods in between reps, I started to realize that I'm not running hard enough, and the guys running with me were getting winded. I told myself "Let's go harder, let's see what I've got". Then at the start of the next rep, I took off with the number 2 and 3 guys. I also figured out that they just weren't pushing the pace for me, so I passed them and advanced up to the number 1 guy who was only about 3 seconds ahead of him. The number 1 guy had set school records for the team, broken multiple course records, and was a regional champion, all of which subsequently landed him multiple newspaper articles written about his accomplishments. All the coaches began watching me as I continued to draft off the number 1 guy. Come the last lap of that 800 rep, I passed the number 1 guy and had a strong finish on that last lap. Everyone was in utter awe as everyone finished and started their resting period. We had one more rep, I was hurting going into the last rep, but I was ready to go. I felt a burning sensation, a fire within me that I have never felt before. The feeling to overcome anything and everything that was an obstacle, as though I was invincible. We started the last rep and I took off right to the front of the pack, then ultimately finished the last rep well ahead of my teammates. That day I gained recognition from the coaches that I have the potential to do great things in running. Which became true because my college career was nothing but success. I became a 2x All American, multiple conference champion in cross country and track. Set a number of school records. Broken multiple track records. Earned unanimous decision in 2013 KIAC Conference Male Athlete of the Year. My very first debut in the half marathon I ran 1:07.30, just 2 1/2 minutes shy of qualifying for the Olympic Trials.
1.Sarawak indoor archery championship december 2016 - 1 silver
2.Kelantan indoor open mac 2017 - 2 gold
3.Sarawak outdoor archery championship may 2017 - 4 gold,1 silver
4.UNISZA international archery championship terengganu september 2017 - 1 gold,1 bronze
5.Johor muafakat internaional open october 2017 - 1 gold,2 silver
6.UPM serdang indoor archery championship - 1 gold ,2 silver
7.Sarawak indoor archery championship december 2017 - 3 gold
8.Mukah open january 2018- 2 gold
9.Bintulu open february 2018- 2 gold
10.Sarawak outdoor archery championship march 2018 - 1 bronze
11.Selangor selection open april 2018 - 2 gold
12.OMPA national field archery championship may 2018 - champion
13.Malaysia National circuit 1st stage - 2 gold,3 bronze - break 2 malaysia record
Karl-Martin is Estonian athlete. He won 18th place in London and 21st place in Rio summer olympics.
Miks just purjetamine?
See on mitmekülgne spordiala, kus vaid füüsilisega tippu ei jõua. Suur osa on oskustel, paaditunnetusel ja psühholoogial. Kuna tegu on nii mitmekülgse alaga, siis ei ole dopingul selle spordialaga mingit pistmist, kõik on aus ja võidab parim sportlane. Samuti on tegu võrreldes paljude muude aladega suhteliselt vigastustevaba alaga.
In 2015 Karl-Martin got scholarship from Tradehouse.
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Who am I?
My name is Antonio Li, I am 21 years old. I grew up in Victoria, BC, Canada. I started playing badminton at 13 years old in a small 3-court community hall called Cordova Bay. I've spent three summers training in China and one summer training in Indonesia. After high school, I then moved to Richmond, BC to pursue my badminton career and continue my training at Clearone Badminton Centre for 3 years. Since the start of 2019 I now have relocated to Toronto, Ontario to further my career at K.C Badminton Club. During the times I'm not training, I am coaching part-time not only to help younger athletes to succeed, but to try and relieve the financial burden that follows with a self-funded sport career such as badminton.
Growing up I was a handful and troublesome kid for my parents. I was first introduced to badminton by my Dad, who loved to play growing up, this was a way I could connect with him and a clever way for him to keep me out of trouble. I remember the first couple of months after picking up the racquet, I started to enjoy playing more, and begin going to the club near my house everyday after school. Not only has badminton taught me to have self discipline, and independence; It has helped me discover my passion and ambition to strive for success.
-Achieve #1 national ranking -Capture my first international title
-Place in top 100 world rankings
-Qualify for 2019 Sudirman Cup -Qualify for 2020 Thomas Cup -Qualify for Tokyo 2020
I train 6 days a week, with a 1 day rest as rest is extremely important for recovery. Since badminton alone causes uneven muscle development, my training includes many aspects. A typical week includes weight training, cardio, private lessons, team training, footwork/ agility exercises and lots of stretching.
International Tournament schedule:
2019 Li-Ning Denmark Challenge
2019 Slovenia International Series
2019 Canada Open
2019 White Nights
2019 Russian Open
None of this could have happened without the support I receive and i'd like to thank everyone involved in the process towards Tokyo 2020.
"Teamwork makes the dream work. Where common people create uncommon results."
Bắt đầu chơi xe từ 18 tháng tuổi và mỗi ngày đều đặn tập 30 phút
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Joseph Koomsoon is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays for AS Academica in East Timor Leste.
*Polotiest * Accra Hearts of Oak * ASPAC FC
* JAM FC *Kasiwaa FC * COSAP FC
1. Super Cup 2nd Place, ASPAC FC
2. Division 2 Winners, Kasiwaa FC
Very Good in the Air
Have Accurate Long Passes
Strong On The Ball
I have been playing sports all of my life, starting from when I first learned how to walk. My dad grew up playing a variety of sports throughout his life, which definitely impacted the start of my sporting career greatly. I started off playing hockey, and baseball, but throughout the years, I ended up playing soccer, badminton, basketball, and participating in track and field events, as well as cross-country events. In the 6th grade, my parents thought it would be a great idea for me to try out for the junior high volleyball team. I was currently attending Dr. Swift Middle School, and although I played on the team throughout junior high, it was a rough couple years for the team. Once high school came around, I ended up traveling with the varsity volleyball team to every tournament throughout the year, despite my ability to play because of being too young. I went to a high school that did not have a strong program around sports and at the time never had a junior varsity team for me to play on, so getting the most out of the awkward year was the best idea for me. Once grade 10 hit, I started off my varsity volleyball career starting in my first ever tournament due to our starting setter spraining his ankle in the first game. It was my first real opportunity to show my team, and my opponents what I could really do. Although I am sure I did not turn too many heads, I did end up winning a team most valuable player award for putting in as much effort possible and leaving everything on the court. Once 11th grade came around, I built a great relationship with my coach and was announced the captain of the varsity volleyball team. It was a great achievement in my volleyball career to have this title. We had a quite unsuccessful year, despite having many great athletes on our team. Our best finish of the year was winning silver at the annual Cold Lake tournament losing in two sets to a strong Meadow Lake team from Saskatchewan. At the end of that year, I decided that volleyball was something I was passionate about and wanted to continue to put work in, and so I decided to try out for the Plamondon Volleyball Club. Once again we did not have a very successful year throughout the club season, but I would not be the player I am today without taking that extra step. Once grade 12 came around, I really knew that volleyball is what I wish to do for the rest of my life and that I want to one day turn this into a career. We had a successful season in my grade 12 year. Despite only having 8 players on our roster, our passion and chemistry as a team led us to win all but 7 games all season. Unfortunately, we only came out on top in one tournament that year which happened to be our home tournament in which we call Wow Pow. To this day, that is the greatest achievement I have in my volleyball career, and I was rewarded a tournament Most Valuable Player prize of a bag to remind me of that day every time I see it. That club season, me and my father decided to take it upon ourselves and create our own club team, where we recruited the best players of towns in the area and all met and practiced in my hometown of Lac La Biche. We called ourselves the Mad Dogs Volleyball Club. I like to think that, that club season was a success for everyone involved on the team, from opening doors for playing with other schools, to building bonds with people from different towns that all of us are not too familiar with. The summer after I graduated, I was asked to represent my province in the 2017 North American Indigenous Games in Toronto. I was fortunate and grateful to be presented this opportunity and through this, we won the silver medal losing a close battle to Saskatchewan in the finals, and I was offered a spot on the roster for the Grande Prairie Regional College Wolves. Instead of taking the offer for the upcoming year, I decided to take a year off of school and promised the coach that I would take up on that offer the following season. Halfway through the year, I decided that I was ready for a change. I wanted to really get myself ready for my collegiate career and decided to move up to Grande Praire to live with my auntie and uncle and play for the 18U Wolves Club. This season is one of the most memorial of all of my volleyball career, due to the fact that we had much success throughout the year. We built upon each other and although we were undersized for the league we were playing in, we ended up placing 5th in the province in our final tournament. After that amazing season of volleyball, I was ready for college. I played my first season with the Grande Prairie Regional College Wolves in 2017-2018, and it was life-changing. We ended up falling short of the playoffs, but for the training and dedication everyone has put in throughout the year, I know that next season is going to be one that I will never forget. At the end of this past season, I was contacted by the coach from the Mount Royal University Cougars to potentially play for them this upcoming year. It really brought light to my eyes and showed me what I can really achieve and after flying down and taking a tour of the school, I realized I was not ready for that shift quite yet and that my heart still lies in Grande Prairie, playing for the Wolves, at least for another year.
New Brunswick Provincial Team member since 2015
• 2018/19 Midget Girls NB Cup - 1st overall
• 2017/18 Midget Girls NB Cup - 2nd overall
• 2017/18 Haywood NorAm Canadian Eastern Championships (Gatineau, Quebec) Midget Girls Classic Race - 10th
• 2016/17 Mini- Midget Girls NB Cup - 1st overall
• 2015/16 Pee Wee Girls NB Cup - 1st overall
• 2015/16 Midget NorAm Championships (Joliette, Quebec) Pee Wee Girls Skate Race - 8th
Complete Season Results:
2018/19 Season Results:
*NB Cup #1 (Classic) Midget Girls - 1st
*NB Cup #2 (Skate) Midget Girls - 1st
NB Cup #3 (Classic) Midget Girls - 1st
NB Cup #4 (Skate) Midget Girls - 1st
Midget NorAm Championships (Joliette, Quebec) Midget Girls Skate Race - 17th
Midget NorAm Championships (Joliette, Quebec) Midget Girls Classic Race - 17th
Canadian Ski Championships (Classic) Juvenile Girls (raced up) - 72nd/129
Canadian Ski Championships (Skate Pursuit) Juvenile Girls (raced up) - 79th/110 combined pursuit
2017/18 Season Results:
NB Cup #1 (Skate) Midget Girls- 2nd
NB Cup #2 (Classic) Midget Girls- 2nd
*NB Cup #3 (Classic) Midget Girls- 2nd
Haywood NorAm Canadian Eastern Championships Midget Girls Classic Prologue - 15th
Haywood NorAm Canadian Eastern Championships Midget Girls Skate Race - 22nd
Haywood NorAm Canadian Eastern Championships Midget Girls Classic Race - 10th
Midget NorAm Championships (Joliette, Quebec) Midget Girls Skate Race - 12th
Midget NorAm Championships (Joliette, Quebec) Midget Girls Classic Race - 12th
NB Cup #6 (Skate) Midget Girls- 1st
2016/17 Season Results:
NB Cup #1 (Skate) Mini-Midget Girls- 1st
*NB Cup #2 (Skate) Mini-Midget Girls- 1st
*NB Cup #3 (Classic) Mini-Midget Girls- 1st
Midget NorAm Championships (Joliette, Quebec) Mini-Midget Girls Skate Race - 18th
Midget NorAm Championships (Joliette, Quebec) Mini-Midget Girls Classic Race - 18th
NB Cup #4 (Classic) Mini-Midget Girls- 1st
NB Cup #5 (Skate) Mini-Midget Girls- 1st
NB Cup #6 (Classic) Mini-Midget Girls- 1st
* Maritime Cup
2015/16 Season Results:
*NB Cup #1 (Skate) Pee Wee Girls- 1st
*NB Cup #2 (Classic) Pee Wee Girls-1st
Midget NorAm Championships (Joliette, Quebec) Pee Wee Girls Skate Race - 8th
NB Cup #5 (Classic) Pee Wee Girls- 1st
NB Cup #6 (Skate) Pee Wee Girls- 1st
2014/15 Season Results:
*NB Cup #2 (Skate) Pee Wee Girls- 2nd
*NB Cup #3 (Classic) Pee Wee Girls– 2nd
NB Cup #5 (Skate) Pee Wee Girls – 2nd
NB Cup #6 (Classic) Pee Wee Girls- 2nd
NB Cup #7 (Skate) Pee Wee Girls- 2nd
* Maritime Cup
2013/14 Season Results:
NB Cup #4 (Skate) Atom Girls- 2nd
NB Youth Championships (Skate) Atom Girls- 1st
NB Youth Championships (Classic) Atom Girls- 2nd
I started with Balance Bike on 19 March 2017. At that time I didn't join any training course. Just play for Fun :)). After that I won 3rd place at balance bike racing Competition in Ho Chi Minh City of Konnit FastNFun Tournament And I had chance to go Thailand to attend Asian Strider balance bike champion cup in April 2017. In VietNam I won and got many cups, certificates in many competition for example:
1. Balance Bike racing , March 2017 : 3rd place
2. Asian Strider Cup in Thailand, April 2017: 6th place in semi final round
3. Cruzee Cup in Hanoi, May 2017: 1st place
4. Konnit Kallenges Cup in Da Nang, June 2017: 1st place
5. SG Drift in HCMC, June 2017 : 1st place
6. Cruzee Cup in Ho chi Minh, June 2017: 1st place
7. Strder ThaiLand, July 2017 : 4th place
8. Strder ThaiLand, September 2017 : 3rd place
9. Konnit Kallenges Moon Rider Cup in HCMC, October 2017 : 1st place
10. Hongkong, November 2017 : 4th place
11. Furry Track in DongNai, December 2017: 1st place
12. VietNam Strider Cup, December 2017 : 3rd place
My strength is sports like soccer, Volleyball, Swimming, Ride Balance bike.......I enjoy many things when I have free time :))
I currently play for Sporting Iowa's A1 team (#38), and in the spring played for Norwalk High School. I play an outside midfield position (7,11) or a striker (9).
2-time State Soccer Champion
State Qualifier-High School Soccer
4th place- State Track 4x4
8th place- State Track Sprint Med
Drake Qualifier- Sprint Med, 4x1
I started playing organized basketball once i got 11 years old, I guess it all started when I watched the "slam dunk" cartoon for the first time once I was 6 or 7 years old. I remember the first time stepping on a court when i was 10 years old, I actually cried because i thought that dunking was going to be as easy as in cartoons and TV.luckly, I went from 5'3" when i was 14 years old to 6'3" now. Despite my shooting weakness, I m a good ball handler, have the ability to finish anywhere around or near the rim, I would say i m an average dunker and blocker and I m a good rebounder, But i m very good passer. I m mainly a power forward and sometimes i play as a center. Unfortunately, I didn't win any titles but in one summer (2018-2017 off-season) we developed our bodies and skills a lot we were on a whole new level. But I won 3 streetball events 2 of my teammates.