Howard Tech's Edwin Rosembert won a grad total of 7 individual titles during his high school career. He clocked personal bests of 6.49 in the 55, 10.84 in the 100, 21.36 in the 200, and 48.10 in the 400. Rosembert also anchored and was a member of some strong relays for Howard Tech.
School: Howard High School of Technology
my most memorable race would have to be the 2017 outdoor states 200m, reason being is that I broke the state record in that race. Being able to hold a state record in an open event is a blessing, and can never be forgotten in my opinion.
My biggest competition throughout my 4 years of high school was myself, I never really looked at the competitive side of track and field, I was always a focus on myself type of guy. All i really care about when it comes to meets is me and the clock, I try not to get overwhelmed with who is faster than me or slower than me in my heat because it makes me lose focus. If i was forced to say who my biggest competition though it would be either Dayvhantae Mcdonald from Ceasar Rodney or Mike Mill from William Penn.
My greatest accomplishment was earning a 4 gold sweep at the 2017 outdoor state championship, which gave my team 40 points that led us to being runner up for division 2.
Honestly, i'm not sure about what I would change because throughout my whole track career, I was always hungry, and always pushing myself to be the absolute best I can be. If i had to say though, I would say my eating habits, because I would eat a lot of junk food after a meet. (Chick-fil-a is the best fast food restaurant in the nation)
The most difficult obstacle I had to overcome, was an slight injury I had my junior year, which prevented me from raising my hips, also during my summer season I had a symptom called Pertussis, which is better known as Whooping Cough, and that took me out for 2 weeks making me lose valuable training.
I will miss the practices, and the meets. The joy of seeing friends all in one area and competing against them was fun to me.
I am attending Delaware State University on a full ride, because I love my state and I want to represent it well! #DSU21
Of course the man above me, God. Next my family for being there supporting. Next my coaches for making me strong enough to compete at a high school level, and last my friends for the support.