Sue was inspired to become a coach because she liked how she created bonds with her previous coaches and wanted to be there for others. Her former cross country coach and her were very close and talked about every mental or physical struggle. From that she knew she needed to have an open door policy. She volunteered her time ensuring her players knew they could talk to her about anything, whenever they needed. Some people don’t have someone they can talk to and trust so her always being there made her a hero
I was shocked that I played an outstanding game and that I would be playing in the state tournament for the first time in school history. I started crying because of two very different reasons. I was happy to win the game and continue playing softball at the state tournament, but sad because my sister was the one who was suppose to be playing. My sister Ashlynn, taught me everything that I know about the game of softball. She taught me everything from tying the shoelaces on my cleats to hitting a curveball.
My most challenging experience to date is being assistant coach to a local girls’ football team. I sustained a triple fracture to my ankle and whilst recovering, was advised to cease playing to avoid sustaining further damage. The slow recovery time became a test of endurance and taught me an invaluable lesson of being patient and understanding. By this time, my sister had become interested in playing and having introduced her to a local girls’ team, I decided to undertake the role of assistant coach.
They inspire people around them and make others better people. The person who I think fits this description is Angie Richey. One reason that Mrs. Richey is a superhero in our midst is because she is a mother to all. Her powers of caring and compassion can touch any student that walks down the halls. If you ever have a problem in school..... "Have no fear Mrs. Richey is here!"Just shine her logo in the sky and she will be there in a second.
As proof she practiced against her brother who also won the marble competition and her neighbor. In the story her neighbor Alfonso said “Man, she’s bad! She can beat the other girls for sure. I think.” When Alfonso said that to Lupe it shows that she has been practicing because in the beginning of the story Lupe said she would never be good at and sports which means she has been very working hard.
Jane has good intentions as she “works for peace and the good treatment of all animals” (Edison). She knew what she wanted at an early age and worked for it. Jane Goodall is a great inspiration for any that know about
All of this is what I find so memorable about those 4 cheerleading seasons. I can honestly say I miss having Ms. Traska as a coach. On her team we had fun, we were productive, and we made memories. My Cheerleading experience has truly made me a better person. I will take all of the things that Ms. Traska taught me with me on my college
As an in-coming freshman who hadn’t played on a school team in middle school, I was at a disadvantage because I was behind in skills and didn’t know many of the tricks. Fortunately, the coach saw my potential and I made the varsity team. My coaches and teammates continually pushed me and helped me become an even better player than I was before. Over the course of my four years on the team, I faced several obstacles that made me feel weak and inadequate, but to overcome them I reminded myself that I loved soccer. The biggest obstacle I faced was getting a concussion my junior year.
She gives me the courage to do things I once feared. She helps me enjoy the things I love. She provides me with all the love and compassion she can give. My mother is my role model. I could not imagine a world without her; someone who teaches me good from evil and wrong from right.
I am of the opinion that my Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) Communication Studies teacher fits the description of an ideal teacher. Miss Communication Studies was a very passionate and dedicated person. I particularly admired her level of expertise in her field and her punctuality. Her brave, strong character was overwhelming, yet she always wore a smile on her face, revealing her pleasant nature. Apart from her scheduled classroom teaching time, she always kept her students' best interest at heart, by conducting lunch time classes and focused on individual-based assistance, exposing her nurturing, diligent and cooperative attributes.
Franklin 's enthusiastic attitude is a great attribute she has that sets her apart from and makes her better than other athletes. Coaches are willing to continue training Franklin, and help her because of her positive approach through everything she does. For example, her coach "who began coaching Franklin with the Colorado Stars when she was 7" (John Meyer, Denver post article) has stuck with her for over a decade. He has done this because coaches love athletes who listen to them! He realizes that he will see results from the time and commitment he has put in with Missy.
but when Kayla gets to the finish line, it then turns into a struggle. Her coach has caught her after every one of her meets, Kayla loses control and is unable to stop her legs until her body temperature lowers back to normal. Kayla has been involved in sports ever since she was little, in 2009 her life changed when she was diagnosed. Believing in herself is what made her keep going, being a motivational and inspirational runner.
Bill Pingitor once said, “I’m a coach because of the kids and the passion I have for the game and the sport itself. There is no better feeling than teaching a child the importance of discipline, hard work, team effort, dedication, determination and heart it takes not only in sports but in life.” Pingitor lives in Anaheim, California. After his long day working at Frito Lay, he volunteers his free time as a soccer coach for his daughter and the other local kids. Pingitor exclaimed that he isn’t just a coach for the girls but also a life mentor.