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Joe Gunderson - PRCA Professional Bareback Rider
Bareback rider, Joe Gunderson, began riding rough stock in high school. Been a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association since 2004. In 2010, he placed in three rounds of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, including a win with an 88 point ride on Brookman Rodeo's Good Times. He finished seventh in the ten-ride finals and placed eleventh in the 2010 world standings.
Dena Anne Weiner - Professional Fitness Model
I have competed in 85 fitness and figure shows worldwide under 14 different affiliations and the majority of my National and International Titles were won in my 40’s! In November 2005, at age 43, I was the oldest woman to ever win the Fitness America Pageant. Another fitness affiliation I participate in, Ms Fitness recommended me to the producers of an ABC reality TV show called “Wife Swap” I found this experience to be extremely rewarding. Through the implementation of health, fitness and nutritional programs, combined with positive attitude and mental toughness I was able to help transform an entire family’s lifestyle. Since the show first aired and even today as it is seen in reruns around the world, I continue to receive letters from viewers asking for advice and assistance in creating a healthier lifestyle for their families.
Blake Rielly - Surrey Eagles
Blake Rielly grew up playing minor hockey in Southern California. At 16, he began playing for the Junior A Surrey Eagles. He played in the BCHL for five years, winning the BCHL Championship in his 2004-2005 season. He was also Team Captain his final season with Surrey. Blake went on to play Division 3 college hockey for SUNY Brockport an d also Manhattanville College.
Kevin Barry - Light Heavyweight Champion
Kevin Barry's first international success was a bronze medal at the 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games in the Light Heavyweight division. Barry gained considerable prominence when he participated in the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles as a contestant in the Light Heavyweight division. He won through to the semi-final, where he faced future four-time world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield. Barry was the first boxer in 56 years to win a medal at the Olympic Games for New Zealand.