In situ is a Latin phrase that literally translates to “in position,” a term commonly used when talking about artifacts found on archaeological sites.
Before deciding to major in anthropology and partaking in his first archaeology dig, Seawolf track and field sprinter Nicholas Taylor wasn’t really one for remaining in situ.
Originally from Victoria, British Columbia, Taylor was always a gifted athlete. Aside from a natural interest in participating in sports, his dad was a cross country coach and the high school he attended was renowned for their athletic programs.
It wasn’t long before Taylor attracted the attention of a dedicated coach who pushed him to take his track and field training more seriously.
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