Maine’s Mackenzie Wilson competing in hammer throw at Canadian National Championship
She’s coming off a personal record mark of 58.54 meters at the Ontario Championships
ORONO, Maine (WABI) - Maine’s Mackenzie Wilson won the hammer throw open competition at the Ontario Championships with a personal record mark of 58.54 meters.
Now it’s onto the Canadian National Championship in Langley, British Columbia.
Wilson explained how much she enjoys the journey to competing on a nationwide level.
It includes training with hundred of throws to toss her six best on meet day.
“I’ve always considered myself to have a lot of grit. I just love the process of training. That’s about it. I just love training. I love lifting, throwing, sprinting, doing plyos, and all that stuff. I just love it,” said Wilson.
Wilson will be competing on the national stage from June 22-26.
Wilson still has her senior season left with the Black Bears. She also has the Francophone Games and NACAC U23 Championships to look forward to with the Canadian National Team.
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