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An All-American Wahine

Annett Wichmann

Annett Wichmann became the first athlete in Western Athletic Conference history to win four conference championships in heptathlon. She won three WAC pentathlon titles, was a four-time All-WAC Academic honoree, received the conference's 2009 Stan Bates Award, won 13 WAC event medals, broke more than 40 school records, and has won a number of other awards.

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The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa is home to the Rainbow Warriors. A conference and national athletic powerhouse, UH Mānoa offers a diverse NCAA Division I athletics program. Approximately 450 student athletes compete on 20 men’s, women’s, and coed varsity teams in affiliation with the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, and the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association.

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In addition to our excellent varsity athletics program, Intramural Sports, the Fitness Center, and the Leisure Center provide fun options for staying fit and unwinding after class and on weekends.

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