She is the greatest female high school track and field athlete in New Jersey history -- quite possibly, in fact, the greatest in history, too. She could add more before this season is done, too.
“The partnership speaks to me as a mommy, it speaks to me as an athlete, because if I’m not getting a good night’s sleep, I’m not gonna beat the world, which I need to beat, and I’m not gonna have the patience to deal with my kids, who are crazy sometimes, in the best ways.” Walsh Jennings definitely needs as much rest as possible as she prepares to defend her gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Sydney Mc Laughlin of Union Catholic breaks her own meet record with a time of 56.23 to win the girls 400m hurdles at the 2016 NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
CBS2’s Valerie Castro estimated that about 200 people were gathered across the street from the building on the sidewalk.
Unlike Wednesday night, Fifth Avenue remained open.
“All moms want to be the best role models for their kids — I certainly do, and sleep needs to be a huge priority.