Who is Cade Hildreth?
CJ or Cade Hildreth started her rugby career in a university and pursued skateboarding so that she is able to develop more her free-style border skills. CJ had launched an independent biotechnology business and even became a sponsored skateboarder. CJ also had started rugby for the Northern Virginia or the NOVA club team and had been chosen to be part of the Mid-Atlantic Rugby Football Union or the MARFU territorial teams.
Back in 2011, CJ became a member of the USA Rugby Eagles and also selected as a participant of the 2011 International Athletes of the Year. This is the kind of organization for recognizing elite global achievements. Athletes in this case are able to create global communities when it comes to the athletic knowledge and talent, sharing cultures and in breaking down the international boundaries.
CJ is likewise known well for its strength and size and the technical skills that she has with her. This includes having a skill on off-loading to players in contact as well as running precision strike lines. CJ simply has attributes on international experience. She even had represented the national players on all of the three medal winning rugby nations in the Women’s 7s Rugby World Cup.
After being recognized as a star player, she was then chosen in the USA 7s National Rugby Team back in 2009 and represented the national team in international venues. It actually included the Las vegas IRB 7s Club National Championship in 2009 – 2010 as well as in the Mid-Atlantic Team’s Territorial National Championship that happened in 2010 (a tournament where she became a top try-scorer of the Mid-Atlantic.
CJ also is a member of the Australian Invitational Team, which in fact was sponsored by the Samuri brand that travels under the “Bush Turkeyz” tour name. The team in fact hosted different national side stars from Australia. What’s more is that CJ represented the team as well on international competitions which includes the Bali International 7s (September 2011) and the Darwin’s Hottest 7s (January 2011).
As an internationally sponsored athlete, CJ likewise has spent about two years in New Zealand and she competed in rugby tournaments in Oceania, Europe, Asia as well as in North America.
With her extensive international experience in the field of female rugby, she had been the only player who represented the national side players on all three of the world’s dominant rugby nations. The vast experience that Cade Hildreth or CJ in the field made it very clear with why she was chosen as the Female International Athlete of the Year.