Miguel Molas

Miguel  Molas


Colorado Springs, Colo.

High School:
James Irwin Charter


100m | 200m

Personal-Best Marks – 100m: 10.90 | 60m: 6.85

SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2016-17: Competed in the 60-meter dash at the Air Force Holiday Open...clocked a career-best 6.85 to finish second at that meet...ranked third on the team...did not compete during the outdoor season.

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2015-16: Competed in the 100-meter dash during four outdoor meets...posted a career-best time of 10.90 at the Sun Angel Classic...clocked a wind-aided 10.85 to finish sixth at the Air Force Twilight Open...competed in the 200-meter dash twice...recorded an indoor-best 22.98 at the Holiday Inn Invitational...also competed in the 60-meter dash at that meet, clocking a personal-best 7.05 during the preliminary heats.

HIGH SCHOOL: James Irwin Charter School...three-time Colorado 3A champion in the 100-meter dash (2013, 2014, 2015)...recorded a personal-best time of 10.86 in that event...added a state title in the 200-meter dash as a senior behind a career-best 21.95...was the 60-meter dash champion at the Simplot Games...recorded a personal-best time of 6.83 in that event...that time was ranked #4 in the nation...won the 60-meter and 200-meter events at the Air Force High School Open...member of the National Honor Society...served as secretary of Student Council...ranked ninth out of 77 in graduating class with a 4.43 weighted GPA...Cadet Second Lieutenant in Civil Air Patrol.

PERSONAL: Full name is Miguel Antonio Silva Molas...nickname is “Miggy”...son of Lonnie and Sonia Jabour...has one younger sister, Annaise...majoring in management...future plans include becoming a RPA pilot...served as Drill and Ceremonies NCO...named to the Commandant’s List for excellence in military performance...also named to the Athletic Director’s List for excellence in athletic performance...hobbies include hanging out with teammates, watching movies, reading, travelling and trying new foods...born in the Philippines and lived there for eight years...also spent four years in Korea before moving to the United States...bilingual...speaks Visayan, a Filipino dialect...did not speak English until age eight...completed Operation Air Force at Hurlburt Field, Fla., and served as an instructor for the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) squadron over the summer...also traveled to South Korea to visit parents, who are currently stationed there, and went to all four parks at Walt Disney World...member of Cadet Squadron 40.

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