Sports Profile: SethWynn

By Irving de la Torre

 

Even if Cross Country is an individual sport, our bond is as close as any team sport out there. -Seth Wynn.

 

Seth Wynn, one of the cross country captains, is also one of a set of triplets. He is a very goal-oriented person who accomplishes just about everything he puts his mind to. As well as CC, he is involved in the IB program, track & field, NHS, German Club president and Student Council. He’s sets high goals and one day hopes to attend the Air Force Academy to be a pilot.

Irving: What’s going to happen with your running career after high school?

Seth: I plan on running in college and continuing on in my life, maybe putting my long distance experience into training and running in marathons.

Irving: How’s the CC team this year?

Seth: The team this year has been great. Every year we get stronger as a team, and team bonding this year was especially good with weekly pasta nights the nights before meets.

Irving: What’s your favorite part of cross country?

Seth: The competition. When I run at meets, I’m in a constant state of “that guy in front of me is going down” and in cross country, there is always a runner to catch. That constant state of competition is why cross country makes feel more alive than ever.

 Irving: What advice would you like to give for people wanting to run?

Seth: Stick with it! Put into it as much as you can. In cross country, what you get out of it depends on what you put into it. So if you like running more in the morning and for longer periods of time and are looking for a challenge, join cross country.

(Editor’s note: The cross country team season ended on Friday, Oct. 30, at district competition held at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, Tx. Congratulations cross country on a job well done.)