JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================cK" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?͞_Ivn114lX*K,mbPaP\WR˞ זwFTukMI#8?*y7.=86CQ .`C̓V2Y1یW-.s#)$CXbL# # Ҏev5'dvFX Fj9xmh5j=żRc\W936j+EsyԕХfliCJ}U mu)\KSsk,v8Uy]tVYUvƌ|䑞U@ .K$r1Xv9s$sϥZL@ A&{En*Ñ[~܏Sjzq[M,(p5mH[+].Sp>p??CI.w+YiCw*M_u(;Xwvdto^m=΍y,Y.xp{VL*Ӭ,C#(:tX"[:m-@J 4SV\ P)8P_b_G/Z "1{dRb$nWAηGD'՛ZHZE9ٸcV3$y [PuѡRu2n1eQpuدmHkrWo h_\M#ܩNJΰ95AUy穭qpb1bt*՜k*ʒ~7KlEudf M7P!P;jSjW1]wu#qf.vIN+7=5ai9ly%s{ [hW/ѯt˫:-V,kdsW`$D` l"I want to be the first woman to jump seven feet, and I want to do it in the year 2000 at the Sydney Olympics," she says with blunt confidence and without any fear that her athletic aspirations will interfere with her studies. And as if being a model athlete and model student isn't enough, the slender blonde and blue-eyed Amy also has aspirations of becoming a fashion model.<br><br><br>The European Connection<br><br>If there's any mistake Amy has made in her life, it's being born outside Europe. In spite of the fact that US athletes have won the lion's share of track and field medals in the Olympics, it is not a popular spectator sport in the United States. This is especially true when compared to Europe. As a result, during the summer most of our top track athletes go to Europe to compete.<br>"The reason we go is to make a living," says Amy. "The main European meets are in the summer, and those are the meets that pay. There are maybe three meets in the US that pay any money, and it's not as much as you can make in Europe."<br>In addition to being able to earn a l