Justin Criado profiles South Park javelin standout Sarah Stanley.
"Most siblings look up to their older brothers or sisters, often trying to emulate them.
Sarah Stanley certainly looks up to her older brother, Bill, but he may owe her for what has become a very successful career throwing the javelin.
"She actually talked Billy into throwing javelin," South Park track coach Jeff Hufnagel explained. "She's the one who went home and was throwing the turbo-javelin [a lightweight javelin used for practice and beginner throwers], and she said it was awesome and told Billy he should try it. So she actually threw before Billy did."
Billy went on to become the PIAA champion in 2012, setting a national high school record of 246 feet, 9 inches in the process, and is now throwing at Ohio State University."