A trip to a beach in Cape Town, South Africa, changed my relationship with sport.
It’s been a few years since I first visited the beach, and it still leaves a big mark on my memory.
It started when I was 17, my parents were vacationing in South Africa.
While there, they asked me to go out and go for a swim.
They were surprised to see me, and I asked them if I could come out.
They agreed and the rest is history.
When I first came out to my family and friends, it was a shock.
I didn’t know what I was doing, and they were scared.
But after I told my mom what I did, she was amazed.
She was so excited and said, “This is how you become a sportswoman!”
It was the first time I saw how much my family cared about me.
As I grew older, my passion grew, and we would spend countless hours at the beach with friends and family.
I began to understand the power of sport and I became interested in the sport I was passionate about.
I started swimming at the age of 14, but I didn, at the time, know how to swim.
At the age that I learned to swim, I was already an accomplished swimmer.
I took my first step into the sport when I graduated from high school.
At that point, I had already decided to join the South African Swimming Association, and after a couple years of swimming and training with them, I decided to take my first professional race.
I won the South Africa Swimming Championships in 1998.
I had to compete in a major event, but that was all that really mattered to me.
I never thought that I would compete in the Olympics.
It was an incredible accomplishment for me, especially when I thought back on it later.
I was excited and I was so proud of myself, but at the same time, I also had to be careful not to get hurt or disappointed in myself.
It would be hard to go through that again.
I knew that I was going to make the team, but if I didn of been successful, I wouldn’t have had any hope.
It is a huge responsibility to go from being a kid to becoming a professional swimmer and that is something that you never think about.
But I was lucky to be able to make it to the Olympics and become a part of it.
When you think of a big, prestigious event like the Olympics, it makes it easier to be successful.
I remember thinking to myself, “I will get through this.”
The whole experience was amazing, and that’s why I was able to get the chance to be a part-time athlete at the University of Cape Town.
I will always be grateful to my parents for believing in me and that they supported me.
If I could have been a part time athlete at another school, it would have been easier for me to get accepted.
I think that it is important to have your dreams come true.
That was the goal of my swim training.
As a young kid, I thought about going to the United States to play basketball.
I wanted to play in the NBA.
I just wanted to be part of something bigger than myself.
My dream was to go to the NBA and I wanted it to be with the team that I idolized and had a lot of respect for.
I thought that playing in the United State would be a dream come true, but it wasn’t.
I still want to go, but now it is time for me and the next generation to take a step back and think about how we can improve our lives.