Smith heads into the future with lessons learned from heartbreaking injury
Adams Central senior Zan Smith admits the fact that there were "tears" the day her doctor informed her that a painful shoulder injury would more than likely end her highly successful swimming career. After all, her family had spent an entire lifetime developing her skills and talents for the water sport.
"It (swimming) was something I did my entire life," said Smith. "I gave up a lot of social things in order to train and develop my skills. When you put that much into it, it's hard. My parents and I invested so much time and energy in swimming.
"I learned that you can put all into it but if it's not God's plan it's not going to be," continued Smith. "I know that it's part of G...
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