My coach, Jeff
Foster. He taught me pretty much everything I know,
importantly: You never necessarily need to be the
but you have to
use your head and be the smartest,
you have to take a second or third place to
be a winner in
the long run, And that anyone can win a race
but you aren't a
champion until you act like one on and off the
I also would say I look up to the little ones in the
sport. The tiny-tots and primary's.
People like Dayton (Ristine) because for them the
sport is just fun,
all they do is smile the whole time as the go around
in a circle.
Sometimes we all just need to lighten up and learn
something from the little guys.