Senior Hero's: Dana Tanner, George County

School: George County High School

Q: What does your training look like right now given the current situation?

A: I'm able to run outside.

Q: What are you doing to stay busy other than run right now?

A: I'm reading and drawing.

Q: What was your most memorable race/moment?

A: Participating in the Azalea trail run. 

Q: What was the funniest thing that happened during your running career?

A: All the laughs with my friends.

Q: Who would you consider your biggest competition over your four years?

A: Myself.

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment?

A: I finished in a race despite being hurt. It was the only time where I came in last place during track.

Q: If you could do it all over again what would you change about your running career in high school?

A: Nothing.

Q: What were the most difficult obstacles you had to overcome?

A: Right now since I am unable to run track my senior year.

Q: What will you miss the most?

A: My friends.

Q: What advice would you give to younger athletes?

A: Always finish the race and don't give up when it gets tough.

Q: What kind of an impact has your coach had on you and your team?

A: I've had many different coaches. They've all encouraged me to do my best.

Q: What are your college plans?

A: Undecided.

Q: Who would you like to say 'thank you' to?

A: All my coaches, especially Coach Warren, Coach Pater, and Coach Pierson.

Q: Is there anything else you'd like to add?

A: Coaches do more than coach. They inspire us to do well in everything we do, not just athletics.

Q: Favorite Meal?

A: Shepherds pie.

Q: If you could be any animal what would you choose? and why?

A: A bird because they fly.

Q: Your favorite superhero?

A: Wonder Woman.

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Personal Records High School
High Jump4-8
800 Meter Run2:51.26
1500 Meter Run6:04.47
1600 Meter Run6:16.00
High Jump4-2
800 Meter Run2:59.99
5000 Meter Run23:18.00