The mental preparation required to compete in four events at a state championship competition would likely be an arduous ask of any athlete.
No less when you're the favorite heading into three of the four at the New Hampshire Indoor Track and Field Championships.
But it didn't seem to mind Lebanon (NH) High senior Corinne Kennedy, who rung up three Division 2 wins in the 55m hurdles, 300m and 600m en route to an exhausting, though fulfilling, day -- she also finished second in the high jump -- on Sunday at the Paul Sweet Oval at the University of New Hampshire.
Kennedy entered the state championships with a US #5 time in the 600m, though she conserved much of her energy to carry around to all of her events. She scored a time of 41.68 seconds in the 300m, a time of 1:38.21 seconds in the 600m -- six seconds off her PR -- and a time of 8.62 in the 55m hurdles.
She also secured a mark of 5 feet, 2 inches in the high jump.
Over the outdoor season, Kennedy may also high jump, long jump, throw the shot put, run the 200m, run the 100m hurdles and compete in the 300m, among other events.
What can't Kennedy do?