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Finishing 10th in the final, Charles-Collins was ready to start training even harder in preparation for the London 2012 Olympics Hit Monkey Bullets & Bananas shirt . “I was getting faster, I was getting stronger, things were amazing, but then I got injured. At practice, I was doing some drills and tore all the major ligaments from my ankle and fractured it.” At this point, Charles-Collins was ready to start training again but, as much as she pushed, her body couldn’t manage it. “It was a question of do I just keep doing this for years and years trying to get better? Or, do I take on a new journey?” Charles-Collins’s plan B took her back to school at University of Toronto and led her down a career path in Project Management. But, after being laid off 4 months into her maternity leave, and simultaneously realizing the corporate world wasn’t for her, Tabia had to rethink her future and come up with a plan At the end of the day, Charles-Collins feels grateful that she got to put this passion project into action with immense support from her friends and family. Most importantly, she wants her son D’Angelo, now one and a half years old, to see her do something great. “I want him to see me go after my passions, goals and dreams so then he will feel like he can do the same thing one day.” There’s no doubt Tabia Charles-Collins has been doing that her whole life.
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