10-year-old girl ranked in top 5 sports champions wins 46 medals in just 3 years

10-year-old girl ranked in top 5 sports champions wins 46 medals in just 3 years

- A 10-year-old girl has been ranked among top 5 in the US in three various track events

- As a triathlete, Arianna Hayes, has 46 track medals to her credit

- She first started track racing in 2016

While most young people are still struggling to discover their talent, 10-year-old Adrianna Hayes, has made enviable strides after being ranked as one of the best five in the US in three different track events from her age group.

Arianna Hayes, already has 46 track medals to prove this achievement as one of the five best triathletes.

The Warner Robins native started the tracks three years ago after quitting basketball.

According to www.13wmaz.com, Arianna started to love track and kept pushing forward to attain her current feat.

Her coach, Carlos Brooks, also notes the challenges but says he’s ''managing it well''.

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10-year-old ranked in top 5 race champions wins 46 medals in just 3 years

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Carlos Brooks reveals that he noticed Arianna the first time she raced against his older daughter’s basket team and since spotted she is a track gem.

Coach Carlos and Arianna participated in the Junior Olympics in North Carolina where Hayes raced against some of the top 9 and 10-year-olds in the US and has been ranked number one in the country for the triathlon, number three for long jump and five for the high jump in her age group.

Arrianna also competed in the ESP Club Nationals earlier in 2019 where she run against girls from Canada, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and from states all over the US.

Arianna reveals that she feels accomplished and would set more goals, motivate herself and work harder to attain first place.

''I feel accomplished that I reached my goals and now I'm going to set more goals and motivate myself to win first place and still develop,'' said Haynes.

Meanwhile, a set of triplets have left their school and parents stunned and proud after they graduated Ola High School in McDonough with perfect scores of 4.0 GPA. The triplets were honoured by their school for completing with top scores.

Kendall, Kolby and Sydney Belcher were also enrolled in college while in high school, so they began with nearly a year of credits. Their mother, Cathey Belcher, disclosed in an interview that she is happy and proud of her kids.

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