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Go for it.
I'm 11 years old and just started the 6th grade. I'm an all-star cheerleader and have been for the past five years. For fun, I like to ride my Ripstik and I do CrossFit. I believe I have what it takes to take a spot on Team UA NEXT because I strive to be the best I can be. I see this opportunity as one I would be proud to uphold.
I do CrossFit everyday and I tumble every week. Every time you go to CrossFit, we have a warm-up and then we have strength and our workout. And we do different things, like, every day.
The first thing I learned to climb the rope was how to get my grip. You put the rope across your knee, the inside of your leg, and under your foot. Jump up and grip the rope with your two feet. You stand up on the grip. And you climb up more and you let go and you keep doing the same grip until you get to the top.
My competitive nature constantly drives me to be the best I can be, whether it is on stage, at school, or my own personal inner strengths.
Tell me about your twin brother.
He's not as sporty as I am, because he had two open heart surgeries. We still have lots of competition between each other when we're doing things. When I'm older, I want to be a part of the Navy SEAL. Well, that's really my second choice. I'd want to be a part of the FBI.
How did you hear about the FBI?
I've watched those crime shows. And I told my mom and dad that I wanted to be the person that runs on the rooftops chasing everyone.