Kamila Rywelska Athlete Profile

Kamila Rywelska

Kamila Rywelska
Positions: Triple Jump, Jumps Height: 5-11 Roster Years: 2004-2007 Hometown: Pastek



All-America

  • 2004 Triple Jump (Indoor)
  • 2005 Triple Jump (Indoor)
  • 2005 Triple Jump (Outdoor)

Personal

  • Born November 1983 to Waldemar and Elzbieta Rywelska
  • Attended high school at Liceum Ogolnoksztaltcace W Pastueku

Before BYU

  • Began jumping in 1998 with her father, Waldemar, as her coach
  • In 1999 set the Junior Polish record in the triple jump at 42-00 in the outdoor season
  • In 2000 set the new record at 42-08.5 in the indoor season
  • In 2001 competed in basketball
  • In 2002 she placed ninth in the Junior World Games in Jamaica with a jump of 43-10

Stats

BEST MARKS: TJ - 44-08, LJ - 19-10.25


2004 | Freshman Year

Indoor: 

  • Finished sixth in the triple jump (43-06.00) at the NCAA Indoor Championships earning All-American status
  • Finished fifth in the long jump (19-00.50) and first in the triple jump (42-03.25) at the Washington Invitational
  • Placed sixth in long jump (18-04.25) and first in the triple jump (43-07.75) at the MWC Indoor Championships

Outdoor: 

  • Won the triple jump (43-01.50) and took 13th in the long jump at the Brutus Hamilton
  • Won the triple jump (41-5) and took third in the long jump (18-01.75) at the BYU Wells Fargo Invitational
  • Won the triple jump with a jump of (41-8.75) at the MWC Outdoor Championships
  • Captured the NCAA West Regional triple jump title with a jump of 42-08
  • Competed in the triple jump at nationals
  • Named Academic All-MWC

2005 | Sophomore Year

Indoor: 

  • Captured first in the triple jump at the Boise Invitational with a jump of 42-09.5
  • Took first in the triple jump (42-10.25) and sixth in the long jump (18-03.75) at the Washington Invitational
  • Finished first in the triple jump at the Husky Classic (43-02.25)
  • Placed first in the triple jump (43-06) and long jump (17-11.5) at the MWC Indoor Championships

Outdoor: 

  • Took fourth in the triple jump at the NCAA Outdoor Championhips with a personal best jump of 44-08 to obtain All-American status
  • Captured first in the triple jump (41-03.75) at the Robison Invitational
  • Finished first in the triple jump (43-01.5) and seventh in the long jump (18-04.25) at the MWC Outdoor Championships
  • Named MWC Scholar Athlete and Academic All-MWC

2006 | Junior Year

Indoor: 

  • Won the triple jump at the Cougar Indoor Meet with a jump of 41'4"
  • Placed third in the triple jump at the Albuquerque Indoor Invitational with a jump of 41'9.5"
  • Took the MWC Indoor Championship title in the triple jump with a mark of 42'0.25" and finished ninth in the long jump (18'0.25") at the MWC Indoor Championships

Outdoor: 

  • Placed fifth in the long jump (17-05.25) at the Cal Poly Invitational
  • Took second place in the triple jump (41-01.0) at the ASU Invitational
  • Won first in the triple jump (40-01.5) at the Cougar Invite
  • Placed third in the triple jump with a jump of 40-04.0 at the Mountian West Conference Championship
  • Named to the All-Academic team by the USTF Coaches Association and named Scholar Athlete by the Student Athlete Academic Center

2007 | Senior Year

Indoor: 

  • Had her best long-jump performance of the season (17 feet 11.50 inches) at the Dan DeHart Invitational
  • Won the triple jump at the Idaho State University Invitational
  • Won the triple jump at the TCR Invitational at UNM
  • Jumped a season-best length of 42 feet 8.25 inches in the triple jump at the MWC Indoor Championships
  • Named to the All-MWC Indoor Team 

Outdoor: 

  • Placed seventh in the triple jump at the UCLA Rafer Johnson meet
  • Came in second place in the triple jump at the MWC Championships
  • Named to the All-MWC Team
  • Competed in the triple jump at the West Region meet