Making Life Brighter Radio is hosting a year-long very special series, “What It Takes To Be Great: Inside The Mind Of The Olympic Athletes.”
Find out what drives the best athletes on the planet and how they train for four years in preparation for that one Olympic moment.
Go with Winifred inside the Lake Placid Olympic Training Center and explore this week’s featured Athlete, Savannah Graybill, Skeleton Slider. Hear Savannah tell us what it’s like to go 95 miles per hour face down, head first on an ice tube and how one small move can mean gold or disaster!
Go inside the mind of this dedicated athlete with gold in view and find out just what drives her.
Learn why these people truly are the best in the world when you join your host, Winifred Adams and Making Life Brighter Radio for: “What It Takes To Be Great: Inside The Mind Of The Olympic Athlete!”
USBSF Skeleton Athlete
United States Bobsled and Skeleton Federation
October 2010 – Present (6 years)
I am privileged and honored to represent the United States as an athlete on the United States Bobsled and Skeleton Team. A member since October 2010, I compete internationally against the best athletes in the world.
• Manage a complex day-to-day training schedule while consistently reviewing feedback and continually making adjustments to decrease track time and increase overall World ranking.
• Market my brand to potential sponsors through press releases, social media, fundraising campaigns and public speaking events.
• Two-time National Champion in Skeleton and Lake Placid track record holder.