"With how fast everything has changed, I've just been taking it one race at a time," she said. I didn't really have any longterm plans coming in, then I ran that 2:02 (she opened the season with a seven-second personal best of 2:01.58), and it's been go out and have fun at the track and see what I can do."
She can't say for sure what has made the difference. She graduated recently from Trinity Western University where she said she was a "middle-of-the-road decent university athlete but that was it."
"And then, I don't know, I graduated and started working and running, and that's pretty much all I did. So, I don't know if it was just that extra time to concentrate."
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