Meet Alicia Regis: Sprinter!

What is your greatest achievement?

When I won the 200m in the U15 outdoor championships in Bedford last year.

What is your greatest ambition?

To go to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. I have dreamed about this since I was little, therefore I am going to work very hard to achieve this goal.

What is your inspiration for competing?

To be able to say that I have won. I love the feeling when you put your heart and soul into something and the outcome is in your favour. It just shows that all of the hard work you put into it will pay off.

What is the hardest thing about your sport?

Dealing with injuries. This is the hardest thing because injuries affect your training schedule, as you have to do continuous rehab to build yourself back up again.

What do you do in your spare time?

I mostly go shopping with my friends, hang out with my family or watch Netflix. However, in the summer I play tennis with my family or we play mini golf.

Where do you want to be in 5 years, 10 years time etc?

I want to be an Olympic champion, because this is what I train for. Every time I compete/train/get injured this goal is my main thought, as I know that as long as I am determined, positive and dedicated it will be achieved.

What is the best feature of Perfect Balance Clinic?

The care and attention of treatment and follow-up.