Power of Positive: Picking Up New Sports Late; Olympic Perspectives
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Aja Evans, who won Olympic bronze in 2014 in bobsled and finished fifth at the 2018 Olympic games, joins PCA's Power of Positive podcast, powered by Tipevo.
On PCA’s new Power of Positive podcast, powered by Tipevo (@TipevoHQ) PCA connects with athletes, coaches, and business leaders within the PCA community to discuss topics in youth and high school sports, leadership development, culture and of course...the Power of Positive!
This Power of Positive Podcast interview features Aja Evans (@Ajalevans). Aja won Olympic bronze in 2014 in bobsled, and finished fifth at the 2018 Olympic games. Growing up on Chicago's south side, Aja started organized sports in high school before going on to compete in track & field at the University in Illinois. In 2012, she was introduced to the sport of bobsled for the first time.
- Her youth sports experience, coming from a family of athletes
- How she got introduced to bobsled while a collegiate track and field athlete
- Her impact on the Olympic movement for women of color
- The lessons she learned in sports and how she is carrying those over to her life after sports.
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