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Spring Sports Profile: Mason Malm, Loyal track & field

05/01/2020, 11:00am CDT
By Mark Miller

Name: Mason Malm

School: Loyal High School

Year: Senior

Position/Events: Competed in 110 and 300 hurdles, high jump and 400 relay

Awards/Accomplishments: WIAA Division 3 state champion in the 110 hurdles (:14.53) and 300 hurdles (:38.59) as a junior ... Also placed fourth in the Division 3 high jump by clearing 6-feet, 2-inches in 2019 ... Placed third in the 110 hurdles (:15.23) and fifth in the 300 hurdles (:41.28) as a sophomore ... Three-time state qualifier in 300 hurdles and two-time state qualifier in 110 hurdles and high jump. 

How has not being able to compete this spring impacted you? "Not being able to run track this spring was a big letdown. I thought that this would have been the year where everything I have learned in the past would come into play. I will always have to look back at my high school career knowing that I could have done better, but I wasn't given the chance."

What do you miss about not being able to compete this spring? "What I miss most is reconnecting with friends from other schools that I only get to see during the track season. One of my favorite aspects of the sport is being able to meet new people."

What have you done to stay active? "I live on a farm so a lot of the physical activity that I do is from that."

Most memorable moment from spring sports? "My most memorable moment from spring sports was definitely standing on the podium for the 100-meter hurdles last year."

Other sports played: Football, wrestling

Favorite Professional Athlete: Usain Bolt

Favorite Professional Team: Green Bay Packers

Favorite College Team: Wisconsin Badgers

Favorite Sports Movie: Waterboy

Favorite Opponent to compete against: Waylon Froeba

Favorite Website: YouTube

College Plans: Attend UW-Eau Claire

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