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LakeForestLeader.com sports the lake forest leader | July 11, 2019 | 27 Athlete of the Week 10 Questions with Ben Rosa Rosa finished third in the state in the 1,600-meter race this past spring for the Lake Forest boys track team. How did you get started running track? I originally did swimming for a couple of years in middle school. I did that with a few of my friends. Eventually I got tired of that so I stopped swimming, I spent a year in middle school where I didn’t really do anything. After that, my friends convinced me to join the track team in seventh grade. What is your favorite part of running track? Definitely meets the most. During practice the distance guys go up and do their thing, and the sprinters are doing their thing and the jumpers are doing their thing. At the meets, everyone gets together for six or seven hours, however long the meet takes, they get to see how the other guys perform, it’s really just a lot of fun. What is your least favorite part of running track? A lot of the training in the offseason, especially over the winter when it’s 20 degrees out, that’s not always the most fun, but it’s something you have to do to make sure you’re ready for the season. What’s the best coaching advice you’ve ever gotten? Build up into things slowly with running, it’s definitely worth your time to slowly build up mileage and workouts as opposed to jump into something full speed. If you could play another sport besides track, what would it be? None of the school sports appeal to me. I would do probably rowing or cross-country skiing, they’re things I do sometimes on my own, I’ve always really enjoyed. What’s your favorite place to eat? I’d probably say The Other Door, they’ve got really good Mexican food in general, I really like their burritos, they’re really good. Who is your favorite athlete? I’d probably have to go with Bernard Lagat. He’s currently 43 years old and he’s still one of the best runners in the world, and I find that kind of inspiring that he’s been able to be one of the most dominant athletes in all of track and field for 20 years now. 22nd Century Media File Photo If you won the lottery, what’s the first thing you would buy? I’d invest it all. There’s no material good right now worth more than saving for the future. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? Maybe somewhere in Portugal, my family is from Portugal, and there are some areas I think would be cool to see. What’s something on your bucket list you’d like to cross off? I don’t really have a bucket list, I just do things as they come to me. Interview by Sports Editor Nick Frazier The Varsity: North Shore Podcast Guys start talk of bracket for best current player Staff Report In this week’s episode of The Varsity: North Shore, the only podcast focused on North Shore sports, hosts Michal Dwojak, Michael Wojtychiw and Nick Frazier do something different. With the summer taking its full effect in July, the guys decide to make a bracket of the best current North Shore athlete competing at the professional level. The guys spend this episode talking about talking about who should enter the 16-team field and which seeding they should receive. Find the varsity Twitter: @varsitypodcast Facebook: @thevarsitypodcast Website: LakeForestLeader.com/sports Download: Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, PlayerFM, more First Quarter The three start of the episode talking about who will enter as the teams overall No. 1 seed and who barely makes it into the dance. Second Quarter The guys move on to the second quarter of the bracket, where they argue who should be considered the second-best. Third Quarter They move on to the third quarter of the bracket, where they’ll find the hardest matchups will show up. Fourth Quarter The Varsity’s hosts finish the bracket off with the last portion and decide who the last No. 1 seed should be. SIDEWALK SALE THURSDAY JULY 25 FRIDAY 26 SATURDAY 27 Select closeouts and discontinued styles. Some exclusions may apply. New Balance North Shore 610 Central Avenue • Port Clinton Square Downtown Highland Park 847-266-8323 • Open 7 Days visit us online at LAKEFORESTLEADER.com