Flrunners.com: What was your most memorable race/moment?
Jenycha Rivera: My most memorable races were my last Orange Belt Conference meet when I won Orange Belt Conference champ for the 800 and my last regional track meet when I set a new school record for the 1600.
FLR: Who would you consider your biggest competition over your four years?
JR: I did not run all four years of high school, but the two years I did run my greatest competition was my teammate Chelsea who was always right next to me in practice and in meets.
FLR: What was your greatest accomplishment?
JR: My greatest accomplishment was qualifying for the cross country state meet my second and final year running it in high school.
FLR: If you could do it all over again what would you change about your running career in high school?
JR: If I could do it all over again I would definitely start my freshman year doing both cross country and track.
FLR: What were the most difficult obstacles you had to overcome?
JR: I think the most difficult obstacle I had to overcome was going from being a sprinter (which I wasn't very good at), to being a distance and mid-distance runner.
FLR: What will you miss the most?
JR: I will miss my coaches and teammates the most. They made every meet and almost every practice fun while still working hard.
FLR: What advice you would give to younger athletes?
JR: Work hard, be committed, and focus on what's important.
FLR: What influence has your coach had with respect to your performance and overall life goals?
JR: Each coach that I got to work with over my high school running career definitely took part in making me the student athlete that I am today. They were all great motivators and knew exactly how to push me to my greatest potential.
FLR: What are your college plans?
JR: I have committed to Southeastern University for cross country and will be majoring in Criminal Justice beginning this fall.