Our Alumni & Development team organised a Q&A session with Imani-Lara Lansiquot, over Zoom.
Imani joined over 30 alumni, teachers and students, to discuss her time at Trinity, her current training schedule during lockdown, and her preparation for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
In addition, Imani spoke about the positive impact the teaching staff made during her time at Trinity and her decision to study Psychology at Kings’ College London.
Our students submitted a wide range of questions, including one from Fourth Year student Ollie who asked: “what would you say is the most important intangible attribute for achieving success within sport?”. Imani’s repsonse was ‘”confidence, not arrogance”.
Questions during this insightful session ranged from Imani’s rituals and routines, to her passions and interests, how she balanced self discipline and self care, and the books that have enriched her life.
The event concluded with a Trinity quickfire round, where we asked Imani to describe her time at Trinity in three words: “Confidence. Fun. Enriching”.
Thank you Imani, we wish you the very best in your training and look forward to welcoming you back to the school (with a medal) after the 2021 Olympics.
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