Row Your Boat
By Gabby Davis
He is my personal hero because of his determination. He achieves whatever he puts his mind to. It has taught me many things and ways to succeed. He continues to guide me through the ways of success.
This was my dad in his sophmore year rowing a light weight four.
John rowing as a junior and a light weight eight.
My dad was a senior in college rowing a light weight eight.
My True Heroes
A hero is one that inspires and has a positive effect on another life. My untouchable hero is Tobin Heath. She plays on the Women's US National Soccer Team and played for the University of North Carolina. Tobin relates to me because she is a determined, successful, amazing soccer player and person. She is a role-model and my future goal. She fits the criteria of my true hero through her inspiring acts and her positive effects.
Tobin getting her picture taken for the US National Team.
Rowing was my dad's favorite sport in college.
Tobin Heath is playing as #17.
Student Athletes in College
The Correct Way to Define a Hero
Surprisingly, in the Greek religion, a hero is a famous person. After his/her death that person was worshiped (encyclopedia.com). The online Webster dictionary defines a hero as a person who is admired for great or brave acts or fine qualities. These definitions are not the real deal, just the first thing that comes to mind. The stereotypical hero is someone on the top of a building with the wind in their cape, standing up strong and tall, but a hero has much more meaning. A hero is one that inspires and has a positive effect on one's life.
My dad rowed for LaSalle University
Whenever a team would win a game they would receive the other teams' jerseys.
This is a recent LaSalle rowing team.
Rowing was a key part in his life
Being an Athlete
The Caffeinated Banana
1/2 cup coffee
1/2 cup milk
1 tablespoon peanut butter
1 tablespoon agave syrup
1 cup ice
1 cup protein powder