During the 1965 World Table Tennis Championships, e.wait' tragically sprained his wrist in his final face-off with Zhuang Zedong, two-time defending champion of the title. His tragic injury forced him to forfeit the match and permanently retire his paddle, a crushing blow to his pride and morale. Following years of sporadic homelessness, the Mexican National Sports Commission finally offered e.wait an opportunity to return to the world stage as an inaugural member of the Mexican Bobsled Team. Despite the mild arthritis in his wrist, he astonishingly led the team to several world championship victories, however, misfortune struck again when e.wait found himself caught up in a jumping bean scandal; the World Bobsled Association would ultimately strip him of his titles. Disenchanted with the powers that be within the international sporting world, e.wait vowed never to return to the limelight again. In the fall of 2009, he entered the humble career of an Newschoolers High School student. These days, he can be found running varsity cross country and competing on the school's debate team. In addition to his competitive ventures, e.wait is also a member of Principal's Advisory Board, NHS, and Hornet Ambassadors. During his time away from the international sports arena, he has chosen to delve into the arts, receiving critical acclaim as a filmmaker in the Emmaus Horror Film Festival. Wait currently finds himself as the co-front-man of indie rock band, Sharing Stereo. When his busy schedule allows, he reportedly enjoys spending his free time "straight chilling with his homies." Rolling Stone regards e.wait's bid for Mr. Emmaus as "the greatest comeback since The Spice Girls." An article in the New York Times quotes political activist Rev. Al Sharpton as having this to say aboute.wait's participation in the male pageant: "This move almost certainly confirms a presidential campaign in 2056."
I think it'd be pretty sweet if I dated a 16 year old. -bock