|High Jump||1.57m (5-1.75)||2.24.17|
|Long Jump||5.54m (18-2.25)||2.24.17|
|Shot Put||10.22m (33-6.5)||1.21.17|
|High Jump||1.61m (5-3.25)||5.12.17|
|Long Jump||5.48m (17-11.75)||4.8.17|
|Shot Put||9.68m (31-9.25)||3.16.17|
Indoor: Completed her second pentathlon at The American Athletic Conference Championships where she totaled a career-high 3,301 points and picked up personal-bests in the 60-meter hurdles (9.64), high jump (1.57m) and long jump (5.54m)...Set a personal-best in the 800-meter run with a 2:32.23 in the pentathlon of the Houston Invitational...Threw the shot 10.22m (33-6.5) to PR at the Mark Colligan Memorial.
Outdoor: Set personal bests in four events of the heptathlon, including the 800-meters (2:32.72), 100-meter hurdles (15.99), high jump (1.61m) and javelin (36.42m), while accumulating a career-best 4,624 points in a fourth place finish at the American Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships...Ran the 200-meter dash in 27.01 to set a personal best at the J. Fred Duckett Twilight Invitational...At the Houston Alumni Invitational she jumped 5.48m (17-11.75) in the long jump to set a personal best...Opened the season with a personal record throw of 9.68m (31-9.25) at the Cougar Spring Break Invitational.
Was a three-sport athlete in high school, competing in track and field and field hockey in all four years, while playing hockey during her freshman season…Was the provincial champion in the pole vault in all four of her high school seasons…Owns eight school records at Sir John A. Macdonald High School…Five time medalist in the OFSSAA (Provincial) Championships.
Daughter of Marina Larsson and Magnus Hansson…Has four siblings, Lisa, Erik, Emil and Ruben…Was a member of the Science Club in high school…Volunteers at Red Cross in Sweden…Her biggest influence is her family…Majoring in Kinesiology.