Team USA Arrives In Ecuador For Junior Pan Ams

Team USA as arrived in Ecuador to represent the country at Junior Pan-Ams taking place this week.  

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These competitors include the top junior lifters in the country along with coach Dane Miller, owner of Garage Strength. Out of these top junior competitors, 5 of them train under Miller out of Garage Strength. These names include:

Hayley Reichardt (48, @haylsbayls__)

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Juliana Riotto (75, j@julesriotto75kg)

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Jacob Horst (62, @jacobhorst62kg)

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Jordan Wissinger (69, @jordanwissinger69kg)

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and Dale Loch (77, @dale.loch77k)

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The rest of Team USA is:

Jessie Bradley (75, @jessien_bradley)

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Jourdan Delacruz (53, @jourdannn_14)

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Taylor Turner (58, @tayturne)

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Kaitlyn Jarrett (+90, @kaitlynjarrett)

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Meredith Alwine (69, @meredithalwine)

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Sha'la McMillan (+90, @the_shala_mcmillan)

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Ryan Sennett (+105, @ryan_sennett)

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Michael Cohen (94, @mikey_cohen98)

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Zackary Burks (105, @zackary_burks)

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Mason Groehler (77, @masongroehler)

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Josh Piasecki (85, @josh_piasecki85)

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These competitors represent some of the hardest working kids in the country and they're already hard at work in the training hall:



Nietzsche once said, "Do not talk about giftedness, inborn talents!  One can name great men of all kinds were very little gifted.  They acquired greatness, became "geniuses" (as we put it), through qualities the lack of which no one who knew what they were would boast of: they all possessed that seriousness of the efficient workman which first learns to construct the parts properly before it ventures to fashion a great whole; they allowed themselves time for it, because they took more pleasure in making the little, secondary things well than in the effect of a dazzling whole."  

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