Hello Armaan. I would also agree to focus on your grades and extracurricular activities, including volunteer work, at this time. That is the most important thing you can do right now. But later on in high school, maybe you can try and find a Sports Medicine physician in the area to shadow and that way you can get more information about the specialty and show that you were involved in an observer-ship also. High school grades and standardized exam scores are also very important so don't forget to keep the studying going. In college, I would continue to find mentorship in that particular field so that you can get guidance on the appropriate steps to take, if it is still an area of interest for you. And while in college, make sure to take all the required core classes for a pre-Medicine track along with other math and science classes. But also, take some other classes that interest you that will set you apart from other candidates. Good luck!