This indoor season has been one to remember. I was able to finish the season with an indoor personal best and a World Indoor bronze medal.
This season was very short,sweet, and the most consistent series of meets I have ever had.
I had been working hard and was nervous. I didn't want the hard work to not show up. Each meet I focused on what I have been working on in practice. It's still early in the season I had to just work with what I knew I had worked for and let my competitiveness show up...and it did!
Enough about that...
Let's talk about what an amazing USA team we had! I enjoyed every single moment and every single person on the team. Though now, I'm considered a "veteran" I really enjoyed the "rookies". Everyone was so positive. Whether they had good or bad performances, they were able to be there for and support the team.
We were able to go to the city and had a blast! We became the the best Indoor team USA has ever seen. Breaking the record of number of medal ever achieved that the championships. We also have broken the number of gold medals ever achieved.
This meet showed me where I am and what else I need to do to continue to reach my goal of getting the gold medal at the Olympic Games in London.
Right now London is all I can see. This is my road to London! It has been a short four years! Can't believe it's that time! I am ready to enjoy this roller coaster ride to the podium!
Thats all folks!
Until next time,