Shawn Dubbs
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    Shawn Dubbs

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Cripple Creek, Colo.

    High School:
    Cripple Creek-Victor

    Height:
    5-9

    Event:
    5000m, 10000m

    02/28/2011

    Air Force Invitational

    Action photos from the Air Force Invitational on Friday-Saturday, Feb. 11-12 (photos by Bill Evans)

    HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time state champion in the 1600-meter run...state champion in the 3200-meter run as a senior...ran cross country for Woodland Park High School...three-time place-winner at the Colorado state cross country championships...finished fourth as a senior...won the Joe Vigil Invitational by over one minute at start of senior year...three-year team captain... four-time place-winner in the 1600-meter run and 3200-meter run at the state championships...finished third in the 800-meter run at the state meet...competed at the Junior Olympic Nationals...finished sixth in the 1500-meter run, seventh in the 5000-meter run and 11th in the 3000-meter run...served as captain of track team all four years...also played basketball...earned all-conference (honorable mention) honors as a junior...served as team captain during junior year...served as class president as a freshman, sophomore and junior...served as student body president during senior year...member of the National Honor Society...earned National Merit for High School Scholars...served as secretary of the Key Club...El Pomar Youth in Community Service member...served as president of the Voices of Youth in Colorado Education...Pikes Peak Rotary Champion Medallion winner for track and cross country.

    PERSONAL: Son of Dale and Linda Dubbs...nickname is "Stones"...is the youngest of six - Shellie, Jenifer, Thomas, Rachael and Danielle...majoring in astronautical engineering or physics...future plans include becoming a pilot...hobbies include running, fishing, "anything that will get your heart pumping", hanging out with friends and bowling...favorite quote is by Michael Jordan: "Champions do not become champions by winning their events, but in the hours, days and years they spend preparing for it. Their victorious performance is merely a demonstration of their championship character."...grew up on a ranch...enjoys riding horses...member of the Air Force cross country team...member of Cadet Squadron 35.

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