Grace Graham talks dancing and netball
Name: Grace Graham
Sport: Dancing and netball
When and why did you begin the sport?
I began dancing when I was about three years old casually, because I would always prance around the house and beg mum to dance. I began netball when I was six because a lot of my family played netball, especially my mum.
Describe the greatest moment you have had in your sport.
In dancing being the best contemporary dancer in the Bundaberg Eisteddfod this year, in netball, last year I made the Capricornia team
What do you want to achieve in the future?
I just want to be the best dancer and netballer that I can be.
What achievements have you had in the past?
2014- Most Promising Modern dancer at 'Into Dance'.
1st in Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical, Cabaret (at Bundaberg and Biloela Eisteddfod) and awarded most promising contemporary dancer at Bundaberg Eisteddfod.
1st in Jazz, Choreography, Trio, Cabaret, 3rd in Hip Hop and 2nd in Championship event, plus Best Age Group dancer at Gladstone Eisteddfod. Gladstone representative netballer most consistent, Best and Fairest 2014. Age champion at Chanel College swimming, cross country and athletics.
Who do you consider as your sporting inspiration and why?
In dancing, Li Cunxin is my inspiration because he had all of the odds against him, yet he still had faith and believed in himself. In netball, my mum is my inspiration because she has taught me everything I know and has supported me in everything I do.
What do you consider the ultimate goal you would dream to reach?
I would love to be accepted into a dance school in Auckland, Brisbane or Melbourne.