Kyle Shewfelt - Quotes

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I've always lived my gymnastics career with a lot of passion and a lot of purpose. ---->>>

Honestly, it's not the medals that I feel so proud of. It's the way I conducted myself as an athlete, the hard work that I put forward. ---->>>

When I look towards my future, I want to leave a legacy that runs rich. ---->>>

Not only is yoga excellent for flexibility, but it is also a great tool for longevity and injury prevention, as it allows for internal body awareness. ---->>>

I have no regrets. Not a single one. ---->>>

The Olympics is about letting people believe in their own dreams. ---->>>

I was so focused and so driven, there was this fire inside of me that was burning so brightly. ---->>>

Life never works out the way you think it will. But you just have to deal with it. ---->>>

I really want to feel that I'm in a very balanced and good place in my life. And I do feel that. But I think it's always important to learn and draw little bits of inspiration from wherever we can. ---->>>

I'm on a missionary journey to become the best version of myself. ---->>>

I want to contribute to sport and the community in a positive way. ---->>>

I want to make a difference. ---->>>

I was fully immersed in the now as an athlete. ---->>>

It's important to feel settled and balanced in life, and that has been tough for me to do. ---->>>

The unknown is very scary. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Canadian
Born: 05-06, 1982
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Occupation: Athlete
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Kyle Keith Shewfelt (born May 6, 1982 in Calgary, Alberta) is a Canadian gymnast. His gold medal in the men's floor exercise competition at the 2004 Athens Olympics was the first medal ever by a Canadian in an artistic gymnastics event and was the first Canadian gold of the 2004 Olympics. He also has a vault named after him (wikipedia)