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Lessons in Losing: Trey Yates on What He Learned Not Making the Finals
Trey Yates fell short of an NFR qualification in 2023, but what he learned along the way should set him up for success the rest of his life.
Yates and Romancing The Chicks
Yates and Romancing The Chicks pull back to win Round 7 of the 2022 NFR. | Andersen CBarC Photography

Usually, this time of year is solely dedicated to NFR contestants and all the glory that goes along with that qualification. But perhaps even more can be learned from those who fell short of the goal, and such is the case with today’s episode of The Score from 2018 NFR Aggregate Champion Trey Yates.

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