We caught up with Matildas’ soccer player and Rainbow Fertility ambassador Michelle Heyman before she left for the Rio Olympics this month, and asked her a few questions about being an athlete and potentially a parent one day down the track.
Winning! I have always been competitive. My mother told me that from a very young age I had to win no matter what it was, whether running to get the mail, climbing trees or running races. I had to be the best, the quickest and the smartest. So I was driven at a young age to be me, and my dream was always to be a professional athlete.
NEVER GIVE UP! You will never get what you want if you give up. So always stick with it. Nothing comes easy, and all the best things in life are hard to reach.
I have wanted this since I was a little girl. My dream was to win a gold medal. Now it is my shot to actually make my dream a reality and that is what excites me most. Reaching my dreams.
Because you help give people the chance of creating a family. Without this type of service in the world many people wouldn’t be able to have a family. It is so inspiring that you are able to change people’s lives every day!
I would love to be a mum one day. Hopefully my partner is all for carrying our child/children…hehe.
Of course! Soccer helped me become who I am today. Without it I am unsure of who I would be. Everyone needs soccer in their life!