“So like if I was talking my younger self. I would tell her you to know, Georganne you’re so loved and like have fun at the end of the day. Yeah, it’s nerve-racking sometimes, but nerves are such a good thing.” – Georganne Moline

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In episode 40 of The 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast, Jacolby Gilliam talks with Olympian and World Champion 400m Hurdler Georganne Moline about her journey and the hurdles she has overcome.

Georganne’s walks us through her journey of starting out being the girl that just wanted to make friends through sports to find a love for the 400m hurdles in high school after realizing it could help get her to college. She explained how an home visit from U of A Coach Fred Harvey and his belief in her as an athlete helped her decide to attend the University of Arizona. That belief and trust led Georganne to the Olympic in London achieving something at first she didn’t think was possible when first starting out.

We all have our rough times and in some cases the battle to become the best version of ourselves. The power behind her village of people including her mom and Coach Harvey they kept Georganne knowing that she is loved through it all even through the dark times when she was willing to give it all away.

Georganne’s story is inspiring for any athlete in any stage of their journey from choosing a college to battling anxiety this episode has something of value for you. Check out Georganne Moline on social and follow her journey.




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