In 2009 Sara finished 4th overall for the season. With high expectations of doing much better in 2010, injuries and illness plagued her season. Overall Sara still managed to pull down 6th for the WMX women’s 250’s. When asked how her state of mind was coming into 2010, Price replied, “Coming into 2010 I was going fast and ready to win the thing. I was feeling good, I had been training hard with my trainer randy Lawrence and had support from Monster Energy Kawasaki, I was feeling on top of it all.”
Also asked, expectations for 2011 from ASH, Sara responded, “To Win”!
Sara has been an inspiration to many men and women alike in the motocross industry at such a young age and being as successful as she is. Action Sports Hub was stoked to be able to have this interview with her and if you are or are not a motocross fan this is a must read interview to motivate anyone who wants to climb a hill and conquer it! Sara was asked finally what she would say to others that are trying to be the best and her response was, “Stick with it, follow your dreams and remember always have fun... but most of all stay safe. Anything is possible with the right attitude.”
A true lesson for everyone “anything is possible”. To view this interview in its entirety, go to www.ActionSportsHub.com.
You can also get more information on Sara Price at her personal website: www.SaraPriceMX.com
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