Olympian Michelle Carter anticipating to transport golden highway to Rio

July 20, 2016 - Finding Carter

The travel that runs alongside Red Oak High School bears Louise Ritter’s name. Ritter won a 1988 Olympic bullion award in a high jump.

The city of 11,245 in Ellis County competence have to rename a travel for Michelle Carter if things go as designed during subsequent month’s Olympics. Carter, a three-time Olympian, travels to Rio de Janeiro in hunt of her initial Olympic medal.

“We’re going to give it a best, and whatever happens, happens,” pronounced her father and coach, Michael Carter. “We’re going to move behind something. What, we don’t know, though it’s going to be good.”

Carter, a 2003 connoisseur of Red Oak, perceived a energetic sendoff from her hometown Tuesday. There were red, white and blue cupcakes, a prominence video, American flags, cheerleaders, rope members, “Team Shot Diva” T-shirts and a vast throng to respect Carter and wish her well.

We’re going to move behind something. What, we don’t know, though it’s going to be good.

Olympic medalist and former NFL standout Michael Carter, on his daughter Michelle’s outing to a Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro

“It means a lot to me to have everybody from my village to come out and support me, since Red Oak is a genuine tiny town,” Michelle Carter said, “and when one does good, we all do good. So I’m only blissful everybody was means to come out tonight.”

She will take a partial of Red Oak with her to Rio. Assistant superintendent Kevin Freels gave Carter a Red Oak Hawks pin to wear for luck. The finals of a shot put are Aug. 12.

“I’m unequivocally looking brazen to bringing home a medal, preferably gold,” Michelle Carter said.

The University of Texas product finished 15th in 2008 and fifth in 2012. Her put of 64 feet, 3  1/4 inches that won her a Olympic Trials on Jul 7 ranks her fifth in a world.

Carter, who lives and trains in Ovilla, won a universe indoor pretension in March.

This is a healthiest she has been during any of her 3 Olympics, and she’s stronger.

Michael Carter, on his daughter’s award chances

She will try to one-up her father. Michael, some-more famous for his 3 Super Bowl rings as a nose tackle for a San Francisco 49ers, won a china award during a Los Angeles Games in 1984.

“She has some-more knowledge now, and third time’s a attract we say,” Michael said. “She’s healthy. This is a healthiest she has been during any of her 3 Olympics, and she’s stronger. I’m looking for good things from her. This will be her best event to come home with a large one.”

Michelle Carter reminisced about where her shot put career has taken her. But she never has lost her roots.

“It’s taken me so many places,” Carter said. “It’s taken me around a world. It got me a giveaway education. But it all started here during Red Oak.”

Carter, 30, has no skeleton to call it quits after Rio. She has 4 some-more years in her, she insists.

“I’m going to go for one more,” Carter said. “Women shot putters can go for a prolonged time, so I’m in my primary years right now. we feel like it’s not over yet. I’m only now removing into my slit and anticipating what works for me.”

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