Mya Lesnar, Brock Lesnar Daughter, Breaks Shot Put Record at Colorado State


Mya Lesnar, Brock Lesnar Daughter, Breaks Shot Put Record at Colorado State
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In a remarkable feat that has set the collegiate athletic world abuzz, Mya Lesnar, daughter of the legendary WWE superstar Brock Lesnar, has shattered a significant record in the field of track and field athletics. At just 21 years of age, this junior student from Colorado State University has not just participated but excelled remarkably in the indoor track and field season.

Mya's stunning performance at the Mines Alumni Classic saw her registering an impressive 18.50 meters in the shot put, thereby establishing a new record for Colorado State University. This achievement surpasses the previous school record, which stood at 17.55 meters.

Mya's path to this record-breaking moment was characterized by determination and skill. Her first two attempts in the competition crossed the 16-meter mark, placing her at the top spot early on. Despite facing setbacks with fouls in her third and fourth-round attempts, Mya's resilience shone through in her sixth attempt, where she achieved this milestone.

Her achievement didn’t go unnoticed as she took to Instagram to share her excitement, stating, “A new PR and a new school record!! Happy with a strong start to my season”.

Mya Lesnar: Honored Champion

The Colorado State Rams' social media team was quick to celebrate Mya's triumph.

They honored her with the prestigious 'Waterpik Student-Athlete of the Week' title, acknowledging her lead in the nation's shot put rankings. Their congratulatory post read, “Congratulations to Colorado State T&F/XC’s Mya Lesnar on being named this week’s Waterpik Student-Athlete of the Week!

Mya broke the school record in the women’s shot put with a mark of 18.50 meters & currently leads the nation”. Prior to joining Colorado State, Mya Lesnar had an impressive stint at Arizona State, where she garnered All-Mountain West honors and clinched first place in the weight throw at the indoor Mountain West Championships.

She also notably secured the third spot in the shot put at both indoor and outdoor conference championships. Meanwhile, her father, Brock Lesnar, remains a notable figure in the wrestling world despite his recent absence from WWE's televised events.

Following his defeat by Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam earlier this year, Lesnar has been absent from major WWE events like Crown Jewel and Survivor Series. According to media reports, fans might have to wait until next year's Royal Rumble to see his return to the WWE arena.

Brock Lesnar's multifaceted career extends beyond WWE. He has also made a name for himself in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and even ventured into professional football with the NFL's Minnesota Vikings in 2004. This exceptional achievement by Mya Lesnar not only adds to her burgeoning athletic career but also brings a sense of pride to the Lesnar legacy, showcasing a family talent that extends beyond the wrestling ring.

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