Jordyn Colter           MW Regional
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National Finish: 4 Time:17:30
Regional Finish: 4 Time:17:08

Hometown: CENTENNIAL, CO
High School: Cherry Creek High School
Grade: 10
Personal Records:
800m:2:13.43
1500m: 4:42.73
1600m: 5:02.48

1 mile: 5:02.48


2 mile: 11:01.95
3200m: 11:01.95
5000m: 17:00.00

Running Highlights:
  • CC Highlights
  • Track Highlights
  • CC Personal Bests
5A State Champion 2011
Gatorade Runner of the Year for Colorado 2011 
Denver Post Colorado Runner of the Year 2011
Holds four course records in Colorado; All-Colorado 2012
Holds three high school records in the 3200, 1600, and 4 by 800m. 
All-state in track 2012 
Freshman Runner of the Year for Cherry Creek High School 2012 
USATF JUnior Olympic 3200 National Champion, All-American 2010
Liberty Bell Invitational 2012, course record and 1st place; 5K 17.01.06 
Cherry Creek Invitational 2012, course record and 1st place; 5K 17:31.00 
Districts 2012,course record 1st place; 5K 17.00.00  








Hobbies: Swimming, biking, and any other outdoor activities

Person would most like to meet: Tim Tebow because I love his attitude towards life in correlation to his sports

Hero: My hero is my mom. She is always there for me cheering me on and she has always been there for me. She pushes me to be a better person when it comes to my sports, family, friends, and school.

Superstition: I always have to wear my lucky socks. I have had these socks since 5th grade, and sadly they are getting very worn down.

Most influential person: My dad influences me the most. He just like my mom is always cheering me on, and encouraging me through the ups and downs of life.

 

 

 

 

Jordyn Colter
Overall feelings about the race: My race went really well. I felt good and was looking for places to really push the pace and I defenitly think I was able to do that. Being a sophmore, I hope I get many more opportunities to come to this race again and see what I can do.
Best part of the race:  The best part of my race was probably on the first loop coming on the hill. I was feeling really good and ready to push it. I ran up the hill at a hard consistent pace and I was able to get in a good position and run well from there.
The FLCC Experience:  This experience has been absolutly amazing. People say you will meet lifetime friends and I feel like I have without a doudt met some amazing people. The people around you are so nice and they just treat you with so much respect and it made the trip so much better. The race was so amazing and it truly gave you a real challenge.

Personal note:  I just want to thank all my friends but most importantly my family for all the support they give me. I want to thank my friends because the second I was done with my race I looked at my phone and I had a ton of messages congratulating me and that just makes you so thankful for everything. I want to thank my family for everything as well. They were cheering me on at multiple points on the course and I just want to truly thank them for everything they support me in.