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Senior Krish Sule runs the second leg of the men’s 4×100 relay. Sule won 2nd place with the time of 43.34, and the relay took place at South Plantation High School on Feb. 27.

Senior Krish Sule finishes up successful season for MSD track team

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School track team is on its way to finishing up the season. The season was primarily led by senior Krish Sule, captain of the track team. Sule began his track career in his sophomore year and has fallen in love with the sport ever since.

“I love track because sprinting is a good way to get any emotions out; I love competing with teammates, and just the overall community,” Sule said.

Sule’s dedication to the team made him an immediate candidate for team captain, but it was actually him who offered himself to be captain at Head Coach Bryce Robinson-Burgess. Impressed by Sule’s compelling personality and leadership skills, as well as his goals for the track team’s future, Robinson-Burgess immediately installed Sule as captain.

“I would say Krish goes above and beyond and that he’s actually been the one to plan all of the workouts for the sprinters,” Robinson-Burgess said. “He does a lot of research, and he knows a lot about the sport.”

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As captain, Sule takes on the responsibilities of creating workouts, sending out information and supporting the team to the best of his abilities, and the noticeable difference Sule has made with the adept training plan the team has been following.

Not only is the MSD women’s 4×100 meter team fourth best in the region with a time of 49.41, but Sule has been hitting new personal records consistently throughout the season. His current PR in the 100 meter stands at 10.99, and his PR in the 200 meter is 23.14.

Sule is committed to the University of Florida and will not be running collegiately. He does however have hopes to join the club team and continue running. The team has been expressing their appreciation for Sule and how he has impacted their track careers.

“Krish really pushes all of us so that whenever we are tired and ready to give up, he will say no you got this keep pushing, and by pushing us to our best helps all of us do our best,” sophomore Alexis Freckleton said.

The season is coming to an end, and Sule is determined to keep pushing the team through the last few meets of the season.

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Noa Nierman
Noa Nierman, Reporter
Noa Nierman is a freshman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She enjoys going on runs, playing with her dog and going to the mall.
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