MQM: We love your look! Have you ever thought about becoming a professional model?
BJ: Not really, I’ve always had a passion for sports and technology so those two professions has taken up my time.
BJ: Competition motivates me the most, since childhood I’ve always wanted to be the best and I made sure I did everything right from training, to being discipline and not cutting any corners. I don’t think I’ve ever missed a training session. The way it works in qualifying for the Olympics is you have to finish in the top 3 in your country at the National Olympic Trials, its usually about 2 months before the Olympics so right now that is my long term goal. A few years ago I was very fortunate to have been invited by the (King) Sheikh of Qatar to attend the Doha GOALS Forum as a Speaker. It was a humbling experience being around the many different royal families of the world.
MQM: So, “BJ” tell our readers what it is exactly that you do when your not on the field? Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years, when it comes to your professional career?
BJ: If not training, I’m usually doing business for work or learning about new technology. In 5 years I see myself in a Senior Manager position within the Experiential Marketing business.
MQM: What can our readers expect next from you and where can our readers find out more information about you? Is there anyone you would like to give a special shout out to that has helped you along your way?
BJ: Check out my twitter and IG for the latest updates on my meet schedule. I’ve gotten a lot of support along the way from my High School with Coach Plend to college with Coach Fye. My family, country and friends. Also my lady Andrea, they have been there pretty much from the start. Without them I’m not sure I would of been as successful, I have a great team.