A generous, humble superfish
JAYLEE is a student of the Childers Primary School and is an excellent role model and ambassador for the school.
Jaylee has had to overcome some significant personal challenges in her young life and she has done this with maturity beyond her years.
Jaylee has previously achieved high honours with the Childers Swimming Club but it was as a state school student representing Queensland that she achieved incredible results in 2015.
Jaylee competed in the Pacific Primary School Games, held in Adelaide, at the end of November 2015, representing Queensland. This followed her excellent achievements at the state titles where she represented the Wide Bay.
Representing Queensland, she achieved two silver medals and two bronze medals. Jaylee had an outstanding meet, returning with 4x50m and 4x100m freestyle relays and bronze medals in 4x50m and 4x100m medley relays. She also recorded personal best times and top-10 finishes in her individual 50m freestyle and 100m freestyle, finishing ninth.
Her achievements speak volumes about her commitment and work ethic. Her achievements are only matched by her humility, generosity and willingness to share her success with her friends and peers.
YOUNG SPORTSPERSON: Jaylee McMahon is congratulated by Rosie Shuttlewood.