Seattle sprint canoeist, Nevin Harrison, heads to the Olympics! read more about her story in Seattle Times in this article by , Seattle Times staff reporter

I am right where I want to be,” Harrison said. “I am on a really good track. I am happy with my performances at the two competitions, but I do think I have a bit more in my tank and I’m excited to show that off at the (Olympic) Games.

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Nevin Harrison, about to start her training near the University of Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020 in Seattle is a 19-year-old canoeist who has qualified for the 2021 Olympics. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

Nevin Harrison claimed the 200m canoe sprint world title in 2019 at just 17 years of age, a victory so stunning it disrupted the medal ceremony