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Grace

Birthday & Star Sign:

2 May | Taurus

Occupation/Current Study: 

I’m currently studying a Bachelor of Biomedical Science
full-time at the University of Notre Dame Australia.

 

Number of Seasons with the Wildcats: 

1

Favourite Quote:

“Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”.

Favourite Movie:

Notting Hill.

Favourite thing about Perth and why?

I love the how friendly the community is, I’ve never gone
on a morning run without nearly everyone greeting me.
I’m so grateful for our beaches and sunsets, as well as knowing how safe we are in comparison to the rest of
the country. Perth is my home, where I’m surrounded
by my beautiful family and friends. 

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GET TO KNOW Grace

Why did you choose to become a Wildcats Dancer? 

Growing up, many of my dance teachers and role models were Wildcats Dancers and I’ve always aspired to follow in their footsteps. Being a member of the Lynx Dance Crew 2019/2020 further inspired me to take the next step and progress my dancing. 

My friends would say my best qualities are:

My friends would describe me as humble, kind,
hard-working and trustworthy.

During the off-season I... 

I always strive to stay fit and healthy and study as much as I can.
I love teaching dance and working on my own personal goals.
Spending quality family time is also very important to me. 

My dance idol is:

Misty Copeland.

If you were a superhero, what would your superpower be? 

My superpower would be to have the ability to time travel.

 

My hobbies outside of dancing are:

Dancing is a massive part of my life, but when I have free time I enjoy keeping my body healthy through yoga and Xtend Barre, catching up with friends
and I also love to travel. 

Dream holiday destination: 

London, England.

Future aspirations and why:

I’m hoping to further my studies within the medical field and at the
same time continue improving myself as a dancer and as a teacher. 

Fun fact about me:

I’ve been dancing since I was 2 years old!

My advice for young dancers:

Most importantly to be yourself and to love what you are doing.