- 2022 -
Athlete - Wrestling
Hannah Hubley started wrestling at 12 years old, grade 7 and had her last year of wrestling when she was 17 years old, grade 12, 2019. Those years are years that she would never give back, as they were amazing.
A saying I will always believe is “Repetition is the Mother of Perfection”, meaning the more you do things the better you become, which is how I lived my wrestling career. Following this saying, I have achieved many things and that is how my success was born.
“Medals are earned at practice and just picked up at tournaments” I have worked and earned gold medals each year at Regionals, Atlantic’s, Provincials, Nova Scotia Open, and many other tournaments, but I have 3 different tournaments and 4 medals I have earned that mean the most.
In 2017, I was 15 years old and worked hard, stayed dedicated and earned a gold medal at the Cadet/Juvenile National Championships. In 2016, as a 14 year old, our team attended the Gotham City International Girls Open tournament in New York City where I earned silver in my age class and fourth place in the adult age class.
Three years later in 2019 as a 17-year-old our team went back and I earned another international silver medal. Finally, Canada Games of 2017. It was an amazing experience and I am so happy I got to do it. I am glad to be able to say I am a bronze medallist of Canada Games. It was a lot of work but with the help of my family, fellow wrestlers, and my coaches, I was able to achieve all these things.
My coaches Mike Lidstone and Rory Fraser. They put their hearts into making every day of wrestling count. Words can’t even describe how great my coaches are we all appreciate everything they have done and do, for me and our wrestling family.