First weekend in April has a full schedule of meets. The Colonial Relays in Virginia bring back a bigger high school slate for the first time since the early 2000s. Big performances are certainly on the cards with the forecast looking good for early April!
Shannon Quinn is another soccer player turned track talent.
Harrisburg junior Sierra Brabham-Lawrence is a hurdles. Everything from 55 and 60 indoor, to 100, 300 (and hopefully next year, 400) outdoor. She made the semi's in AAA as a sophomore... and as a junior, medaled with a 7th place finish in the 100. Because of budget cuts, she did not run indoor until this past season, and in her first crack at the shorter race, she won a state title and tied the state meet record. At NBNI - fighting an illness - she made the semis. This spring she immediately went in the top of the 100 hurdles rankings, and is currently PA#2. And her 300m Hurdles from Pan-Ram remains PA#1. This season she added the triple jump, and in her first competition went to PA#1. She is currently PA#2.
Chance Post, Conestoga Valley
A critical part of any performance is the final mental preparation: VISUALIZE (a photo essay)`
Race video from the 2014 Bruce Dallas Invitational
Some call it focus. Other 'getting into a zone.' But whatever you call it, athletes always visualize their impending performance. This is just a sampling of the girls at the the recent Bruce Dallas Invitational in the Discus.
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