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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
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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!
STRENGTHS- Dylan is a 5'10 Shooting Guard for the Casey Cavaliers, Dylan Buchanan has a number of offensive and defensive weapons in his arsenal, his primary skills mainly shine on the offensive end and where scouts are turning their heads at. Dylan has a great feel for the game and a high basketball IQ with a great knack at driving the ball through rough lanes. He has great finishing ability and a tireless work ethic (reference form his coaches) his quickness and aggressiveness make him a tough cover for the defence. Dylan has a never say die attitude and will ever rarely see him dip his head he is very aware and conscious of the defensive sets teams are playing him and will adapt very quickly.
WEAKNESSES- Dylan's willingness to share the ball when the team may be down by 10 or more points is a nagging issue, he does not seem to trust his teammates and sometimes it seems even his coach. Most of Dylan's weaknesses come from his attitude towards the game, their are sometimes when his coaches will pull him from games due to his emotional state. He is a fiery personality with a strong emphasis on winning but sometimes that hurts his team and comes across as a selfish whinny brat.
Dylan's jump shot is there but not refined, it is inconsistent and you will find teams sagging off him by two or more feet, this rarely effects his scoring though.
I started sports when I was 4 as a running back with a 40 at 10.7. I hit 8 my 40 was 7.8 and then I started playing basketball at 10 years old then, when I turned 13 I played for cap city ballers. i hit 9th grade and now my 40 is 4.3. I've been running track my whole life fr
When I first started cheerleading I was in middle school, 7th grade to be exact. I wasn't so good then I moved onto high school cheerleading, my freshmen year I wasn't all that great and then something got into me that I wanted to be the best of the best and so I started stretching everyday, I started working out my core and legs so tat I can become a better flyer, then I started gaining more and more skills by watching videos on the Internet and showed it to my coach and stunt group and I tried out those skills and each time I get into my stunt group I progress more and more. I am now a junior at El Capitan high school and I am the best in the Merced Union school district. I can say that because I am proud of what I have become and I am only going to get better. I want to go to the best cheer college that of course has law classes there. The college I really want to get into is The university of Kentucky and the university of Alabama. I want to be on their cheer team because they both are competing to be the best world wide. I know for a fact that they will push me with new skills everyday and I will make a great addition to their cheer team because i am the most hard working, self-motivated person anyone has ever met. I set high goals and expectations for myself and I meet every goal I make.
I am a amateur age group triathlete from Hong Kong. I am base in Hong Kong. Since starting my triathlon journey in June 2013.
In recently years. I competes mostly in international long-course, Ironman and Ironman 70.3 triathlons.
This year I focused on ironman 70.3, and reached top 10 in my age group30-34, and I qualified for the Ironman 70.3 world championships 2017.
My long term goal is to reach top 3 in age group, also My mission is treat triathlon as a lifestyle, try to build a image for hong kong people, we can exercise at any age, stay ACTIVE!
Currently freelance fitness coach and Triathlon adviser in TKO Sport & Triathlon Club.
Hello, my name is Caytlin Lucas. Right now I am fourteen years old but, I’m so close to being fourteen that I can almost taste it. I was born on August 20, 2005. My life got a reboot on March 3, 2008 when I became a quadriplegic from a head-on collision car accident. It’s been a little over 11 years since the accident and I couldn’t ask for a better life than what I already have. The first sport I was really able to play was Wheelchair Basketball. I started to play when I was 9 and I still play basketball to this day. The team I play for is called the Turnstone Flyers. Turnstone changed my outlook on life greatly.
As you may know, I compete in Track and Field. I’ve been competing for 3.5 years. At first I did Track and Field to stay conditioned for Basketball. Now, Track and Field is my serious sport. Just recently I was accepted onto Disabled Sports USA Elite Team. I was presented a new throwing chair after I was told I was accepted. Let me tell you, I was really shocked. I’ve been trying to get on that team for a while and I finally did it! Plus, getting a throwing chair was really nice. Currently, I hold the national records for all the events I do.My events are 400m,800m,1500m, Shot Put and Discus. I plan on adding the 100m for next season.I train hard 5 to 6 nights a week with my coach. Right now I am trying to to get a new racing chair. A new chair would help me achieve many goals I have set out to do in Track. I will be able to continue to train year round my coach. Having my own racing chair would give me the ability to get off the starting line quicker. Having spo
I plan to still be an athlete when I go through college and I hope to get a scholarship for track and field. Next year I would really like to get my international classification but, I don’t know if that would happen. I have spoken to two Paralympian and they both said I have a really good chance to make it to the 2024 Paralympics. I hope that happens because I would really like to be a Paralympian and I’ve never been out of the country. I know I’m hoping for a lot but, I really do want to make it happen.
My name is Paul Lorde and I am an 800m athlete. I competed in my first 800m event in 2018 with a time of 2:12, Determined to get a faster time , I started training a minimum of 5 days a week Along with swim training on a weekend. In my 2019 season , I competed in six 800m events. During this period, I placed in 5 of my 6 races and I qualified for The Carifta Games by running my personal best of 1:54.84. I Also won the ‘Letitia Gilles Memorial Series Trophy’ At The 2019 ‘Barbados National Secondary School Athletics Champion In The U-20 Boys Race. I captained The Lodge School’s Athletics Team in the years 2019 & 2020.
In terms of my academic life , I’ve currently attained 11 CXC’s ;
8 at CSEC;
English A - Grade 1
Building & Furniture - Grade 1
Technical Drawing : Grade 1
Integrated Science : Grade 2
Mechanical Engineering : Grade 2
English B - Grade 3
Mathematics - Grade 3
Geography - Grade 3)
3 at CAPE;
(Geography - Grade 4
Technical Drawing - Grade 4
Caribbean Studies - Grade 5)
Along With 3 Level 1 Cvq’s;
(General Construction - Level 1
Furniture Making - Level 1
Metal Work Engineering - Level 1)
I scored a SAT score of 990 and received a Resilience Award from my school. I was appointed headboy of The Lodge School for the period 2019-2020. If Offered A Scholarship I expect to adjust quickly and find balance between my athletic life and my school life as a student athlete.
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Ma olen 13-aastane Tallinnast pärit poiss, kes tegeleb õppimise kõrvalt ka ujumisega.
Ma olen juba lasteaiast saati käinud mõned korrad nädalas ujumas, varem tegelesin aktiivsemalt teiste huvidega (judo, kergejõustik, trompeti mäng ja laulmine). Kaks aastat tagasi hakkasin juba vaikselt mõtlema, millise ala peale üle minna. Järgi jäid odavise ja ujumine. Kuni selle aastani käisin mõlemas. Nüüd on järgi ainult ujumine ja pühendun 100% sellele. Eelmine hooaeg hakkasin käima erinevatel võistlustel (EMV, klubivõistlused, Kalev Open ja Noortesari). Saavutasin selle hooajaga erakordselt häid tulemusi ning olen 1 aastaga, kus nüüd olen harrastajast võistlussportlaseks saanud, Eesti top 3 saanud (2005 sündinud noormeeste seas) 50m rinnuli ning ka 100m rinnuli. Ise leian, et minus on kõvasti potentsiaali saavutama kõrgemat taset, sest ressursse on veel alles. Vahelduseks käin ka jooksmas ning osalen ka võistlustel. Osalesin Nike noortejooksul, aeg oli 22.0.
Igatahes olen enda praeguste tulemustega väga rahul, aga pürgin ikka kõrgemale.
I'm 13 years old but have been playing since the age of five. I attend practice once a week but on my own personal time I practice everyday. I practice at school, after school, school vacations and any other free time I can get. I'm currently playing with Brooklyn USA and affiliated with the Jr. NBA Organization, improving my skills development and building a stronger understanding, respect, and passion for the game.
I have ridden since 2009. I started in Veskimetsa, and my first competition in drassage was 2011 with pony Angelika. In 2013- 2015 I rode with my sister horse Izmail. He was my teacher in four legs, he was amazing horse. I jumped my first 140cm with him. But we didn't have great results.
Since 2014 I am riding with my own horse, Cleopatra. I train 6 days in weeks in Kurtna stables. My trainer is my mom or Raul Kauna.
My dream are big and I work so hard to make my dreams true. I want to make my horse happy.
I started playing club hockey when I was 8 years old and played for NWG and then moved to OHA when I was 12. I love playing hockey because it is a team sport which encourages an active lifestyle, builds friendships and leadership skills and keeps you fit and healthy. In hockey, my strengths when playing is my fitness level being able to run out a game, my individual stick skills to get around players and my willingness to learn and develop in all areas of hockey whilst bringing a relaxed and inclusive vibe with all my teammates. My clumsy attribute is getting injured almost every game. In 5 years I hope to be still playing hockey at a competitive level as high as possible, working around Uni studies and working to set up my career path, whilst still being involved in my club as much as I can. Other than playing hockey I am also interested in umpiring the game as it gives a second view on how it is played and gives background on how other plays play which I can then bring to my game. Before each game, my team 'pump up song' "Horses" by Daryl Braithwaite, is played to ensure all teammates are ready for the game and get around everyone. My favourite quote I like to refer to before going on the pitch was first said by my state coach in U16's is; "Once you pass that line, the Demons come out," the Demons referring to the Tasmanian Demons representative team and too referring to once you step over the white line, you play hard and play strong until that final siren goes off. In hockey, my favourite player to look up to is Eddie Ockenden, a Tassie player who made it to play for Australia where he has played in the Rio, London and Beijing games, and continues to assist junior players in clinics and represent Tasmania in the Tasmanian Van Demons side.
I starting playing tennis at age three with my father it's been quite a journey as my left left when I was 5years to find a better job to sustain my tennis so I had to stop playing when I was 6 and I started playing again now that I am 8 years old. I train five days a week and I run for an hour to training and back as it's quite far from where I stay. My best results is making a final at our regional tournament held in Franschhoek. I am working very hard to become the best player in the world.
Tyler is a lean, lanky OF who has a promising future on the diamond. Foot speed is well above average as indicated by his 60 time of 7.07. In the OF, he displays smooth / athletic actions. He utilizes his feet well in tracking down balls through proper routes / angles and utilizes two hands well through the fielding process. He works to get behind balls and plays through well. Range is a plus as he reads balls well off the bat and covers a lot of ground. Throws are accurate but needs to build more arm strength through a long toss program. At the plate, he shows an athletic setup with rhythm. Hands are quick and work through an aggressive swing path. He attacks and stays inside the ball through a line drive approach. Power will increase as he builds more overall body strength. With 2 years to further develop, Tyler has potential with time and room to progress his game.
I love netball as it's a sport that i have played in a club team since i was 13 years old. I enjoy it because it is a sport that you get to play in a team and it is fun.
I would describe my personality as kind, caring and friendly. I try my hardest to be positive 99% of the time.
My key strengths would be that i am Trustworthy, Enthusiastic and Respectful. I can be very clumsy at times like i will be just walking and trip over my feet.
In 5 years regarding to sport i would like to have a better fitness level and still be playing netball and join other sports.
My interests are playing sports, spending time with family and friends and going on walks with my dogs and my family.
My favourite music to get pumped up to before a game is any music that i am interested in at the time, it has to be something that is up beating, fast and positive. My favourite quotation is "Don't compare your life to others. there's no comparison between the Sun and the Moon they shine when it is their time."- Anonymous. My most memorable sporting moment is when i shot the last goal for the game and it determinate weather we won or not in 2018 at Creek road sporting center
Sporting hero- .Irene van Dyk
Ma alustasin maadlusega 2011. aasta kevadel kui ma olin 11. aastane. Treenin 9× nädalas. 2× esmaspäeval, teisipäeval, neljapäeval ja eeedel. Kolmapäeval on 1 trenn. Esmaspäevast kuni reede hommikuni treenin Audentese Spordigümnaasiumis Ivar Kotkase käe all ja reede õhtul koduklubis Väike-Maarja RSK-s Lembit Kalteri köe all. Trennid on vahelduva raskusega
I am a Senior at Westside Christian High School in Tigard, Oregon. I train with Rick Baggett at Willamette Striders Track Club. I was also fortunate enough to be coached for a period of time by the legendary Alan Launder, Australian Olympic Vaulting coach, when he came to Oregon.
I took 3rd in my flight and tied for 17th overall at Junior Olympic Nationals. I won first place at the Junior Olympics Oregon State meet with a 14 foot vault. In May, I placed second at the 3A State meet with a mark of 13'06.25" which was also a school record for Westside. I believe I am on track to clear 15 feet by the end of my Senior year, but my stretch goal is 16 feet.
Outside of vaulting, I love longboarding, cars, music, painting and just spending time with friends and family. I am honored to be a member of the Westside Choir which has won state 10 years in a row. I also really love all things Harry Potter. This year in my art class, I painted a portrait of Alan Rickman as Snape from the Harry Potter movies. Coincidentally, Rickman died the day after I finished his portrait. I have to admit that one of the reasons I loved going to National JO's is because I took a side trip to Harry Potter World with my older sisters.
It's also important to me to give back to the community some of the gifts that God has blessed me with. One of those is a gift of comforting the elderly, especially those who are nearing their time of passing, and I enjoy spending time being with and learning from them. I've also worked in the community gardens in my hometown preparing vacant lots for people to come and grow their own food.
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Spike reach: 352cm
Block reach: 325cm
2015-2016 Caransebes, Romania
2011-2015 Hurrikaani Loimaa, Finland
2010-2011 Valepa, Finland
2009-2010 Chamount, France
2008-2009 Läse-R /Riga, Latvia
2006-2008 SK Riga, Latvia
2005-2006 SK Riga/ LU Incukalns, Latvia
2003-2005 Incukalns/ LU, Latvia
2015 Finnish League 2nd
2014 Finnish League 3rd
2013 Finnish League 2nd
2012 Finnish League 2nd
2012 All Star Player of the Finnish league
2011 Most Effective Player amongst outsides and opposites (55% spike)
2009 & 2005 Latvian Champion
2009 & 2006 & 2005 Latvian Cup Winner
–> 12 medals in Latvian Men’s competitions
2005 European Student Champion
2002 European Championships Juniors 8th
I began playing golf when I was six years old, at a junior facility in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. Since then I've played in multiple competitive programs, as well as two full years of high school golf, now in my third. I am the captain of St Peters Boys golf team in Staten Island, New York. I also take part in many Metropolitan Junior Pga tournaments every summer.
I started karate in 2008, I train anywhere between 2-4 times a week including a weekly gym session. In 2013 I had achieved my blackbelt at 12 years old shortly after returning from my first World Hayashi-Ha Championships in Malaysia, coming home with 2 Bronze Medals.
I started running track when I was 9 years old. That same year I qualified for the USATF Junior National Meet over the summer. I’m a very coachable athlete. All my coaches loves having me around. I work hard to perform to my best ability. I want to become one of the best long jumpers in world history by the time I’m done competing in College.