World and Olympic pole vault silver medallist Sandi Morris is among the global elite in her speciality. The American athlete focuses on the ups and downs of college life for her high and low moments.

Low Moment

“In 2010 I landed the national high school pole vault title and started a college scholarship at the University of North Carolina. I enjoyed a successful freshman year while off the track I studied a major in biology. Yet under the weight of trying to balance academics with track, I quickly crumbled. In my sophomore year, I switched my major to exercise and sports science but not sure what I wanted to study led to a regression in my grades and I felt I was digging myself into a hole academically. Over time that negativity was spiralling out of control. I lacked self-confidence and this started to hamper my pole vault performances.

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