EDUCATION AND CULTURE
A team A family
A team, a family: that is what we have right here. I’ve been with Khmer-Krom Dragons for 3 years, some I’ve known for more then a decade, and some I met the first day I joined. We’ve been successful in every race we’ve been in since I joined, and that’s because we worked together as a team, as one.
We ventured to Tampa, FL to compete in the 1st Pan Am Club Crew Championship; some of the world’s best crews were going to be there so we knew we had to go all out. Yes we were smaller and shorter then the rest but we did not care, they underestimated us small crews and that’s what caused them to fall while we were still standing. We worked as a team and we got through all the obstacles that we had ahead of us.
I got to give it up to our support group or shall I say support crowd that we had. It was an amazing feeling to sit on the drummer seat passing the crowd and heading toward their roars and chants of Go Khmer-Krom! The support of all these people really pumped up our whole team to perform at our best and that’s what we did, we knew we were representing them as well as the Khmer-Krom community around the world so we did not want to disappoint them. I would love to thank everybody that was apart of our support crowd, you all sacrificed a lot and that means a lot to me as well to the team.