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GMTM Athletes of the Week - Olympics Edition

ByNisshanth Perumalsamy

Published on Sun Jul 25 2021

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2 min read

GMTM Athletes of the Week - Olympics Edition

With over 30 Virtual Events happening live on GMTM right now, athletes from all over the world are leveraging their talent and finding opportunities easier than ever.

From volleyball to bobsledding and every sport in between, athletes young and old are finding new opportunities when they add content to their GMTM profiles.

Here are a few of the athletes making an impression on coaches this week!


Adam Montrose, USA Team Handball Combine

Adam is a 32-year-old athletic freak from Cincinnati, Ohio. When he was watching the first season of Olympic Hopeful, he thought to himself, "I can do whatever they doing."

Newly inspired to become an Olympic athlete, he applied for season 2 but was unfortunately not picked for camp. Now, he believes that his current submission is his last chance to become an Olympic athlete. Check out his profile here.


Karime Lopez, USA Weightlifting Combine Series

Karime Lopez is a high school athlete who has a diverse athletic background. She plays both Track & Field and Wrestling at the varsity level.

One day she wants to give back to kids in her community and believes that athletics is one way she can do that. Check out her GMTM profile here.


Ellery Bazley, USA Curling National Junior Development Program

Ellery is a junior in high school who has been Curling since she was in 5th grade. Before the pandemic, she competed in the U21 qualifiers and will compete nationally in the upcoming months. Check out her profile here.


Charles Mangold, USA Bobsled and Skeleton Digital Combine: Season 2

Charles Mangold is another all-around athlete who believes he has what it takes to become an Olympic athlete. Currently, he owns the world record for most stolen bases for Eureka college.

He believes that the skillset that he uses to steal bases in baseball will transfer over to Bobsled. Make sure you check out his profile here.


Ashton Quattlebaum, USA Bobsled and Skeleton Digital Combine: Season 2

Ashton has been an athlete his whole life. In high school, he focused on wrestling and came in 2nd in his state. Then he played division 3 rugby and even got close to being drafted to a major league team.

Now, he is on his Olympic journey, so make sure you check out his profile here.


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