After a good night’s sleep, I was up early and raring to go the morning of the TriAbility. My mum took me, Allyson, Stacey and Wendy over to Wainuiomata where we met up with all the other competitors and got our t-shirts and our race numbers. I then went to do the warm up with the rest of the group of swimmers before hopping in the pool. I had to swim 300 meters. My mum and Wendy were on the side of pool supporting me and encouraging me throughout my whole swim. I completed my swim in 13 minutes, which was a faster time than the last time I did this. I was really proud of myself and at the end I got a medal. My dad was there at the end and he was proud of how I had done also.
I am still doing swimming every week, and I would definitely do the TriAbility again, it was cool and I am excited about doing this again next year. I enjoyed encouraging and supporting my team mates, Stacey and Allyson, to complete their events also.