Ro has enjoyed an extensive career as an athlete. As early as the first grade, she received awards for her athleticism. In high school, while maintaining academic excellence, Ro excelled in athletics. She was a member of eight high school teams including basketball, volleyball, co-ed volleyball, track and field, tennis, badminton, swimming, and baseball. Ro was awarded M.V.P. in basketball, volleyball, co-ed volleyball, and track and field and was the city champion in tennis and triple jump.
Ro was the youngest player elected to the city's All-Star basketball team and won numerous awards as a tournament All-Star in volleyball. Ro's achievements and leadership awarded her both the junior and the senior athlete of the year awards. As a university student, Ro played volleyball for the University of Windsor. Not only was she elected captain of the team, but she also ranked in the top ten in Canada.
After her second year at university, Ro was introduced to the world of boxing. After two years in Windsor boxing clubs, Ro decided to go to Detroit, Michigan. In addition to many outstanding boxing awards in her amateur competitions, Ro won the prestigious Ringside National Tournament.
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