Honestly, I am stressing more than I should be over this but, I can't seem to find a balance between club and organization desires with sport desires (I have very little but understand it's necessary) as well as sport selection. Out of all the sports in my school, I would only consider doing X Country, swimming, Track and Field, and golf. Running is not my forte. I really wish it was but I just can't do long long runs. I want to cry but I still run because I know its important which is why I consider doing X Country. Only problem with that is I've already missed half of the pre-season due to the move we just did and very bad timing. I would have gone this week but i'm going flying, and I went on a 20 mile bike ride with a friend and a lot of other stuff. I can't go next week because I am going to Space Camp (won a scholarship) and by that time everyone will be running 10 miles a day and the most I've ever run was half that once. I would be so unprepared and I feel it would be a big waste considering everyone their will be a twig with some gnarly running legs. Keep in mind I would like to get a Varsity letter in something. Swimming is my next option. Although I enjoy being in the water and swimming, the whole entire race part I have no experience with. I'd probably be the worst on the team. Golf and Track? Well golf, which I am good at and have won a minor event in, is too slow paced for me. I want something that will get my heart pounding. Something that will get me and keep me fit. Track just seems like everyone can do it and it has way to many options for me especially when I have NOOOOO experience with anything. Remember I want to letter in something. I do drama and I would like to do the musical but some sports might stop me from doing that. Now that I have been ranting forever, let me know what you guys think. This will ultimately be my downfall on my application and I am just not very gifted with sports. I get sooooooo much crap from my twin and older brother, both football players, and I want to prove them wrong. Thanks for your help.