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GMTM Athletes Of The Week - June 2nd, 2021

ByNisshanth Perumalsamy

Published on Fri Jun 04 2021

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2 min read

GMTM Athletes Of The Week - June 2nd, 2021

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!


Cruz Herrera, Elite 11's Digital Combine

Cruz is a class of 2022 quarterback who is looking to be a part of this year's elite 11 class. He is 6 foot 1 and currently runs 4.93 second 40 time at 190 pounds.

In his 2 seasons at St. Mary's High School, he has put up 1,960 yards alongside 25 touchdowns. View his profile here.


Logan Radik, USA Bobsled and Skeleton Digital Combine: Season 2

Logan Radik is a former top 10 division 2 college wrestler, who is now trying to transfer those skills into bobsled. He is a freak athlete who can power clean 360 pounds and squat 485 pounds with ease.

He also has a broad jump of 3.08 yards and weighs 235 pounds. View his profile here.


Ryan Schadler, USA Bobsled and Skeleton Digital Combine: Season 2

Ryan is an athlete from Wichita, Kansas, where he played basketball, football, and track at an all-state level in high school. He then went onto run track for Wichita State University and eventually transfer to the University of Kansas, where he was the all-big 12 kick of returner twice.

Now, his next athletic challenge is to be one of the best bobsledders possible! View his profile here.



Micaela Pekarek, USA Bobsled and Skeleton Digital Combine: Season 2

Micaela is a 25-year-old nutrition coach from Chanhassen, Minnesota. In high school, she played lacrosse and even coached lacrosse for a few years.

Now, she is a CrossFit athlete who loves to travel and trying to be a part of the Team USA Bobsled and Skeleton Team! View her profile here.


Meryl Gibbs, USA Team Handball – Women’s National Team Virtual Tryout

Meryl is a multi-sport athlete who was the captain of the MIT varsity volleyball team throughout college. After college, she was missing the competition, so she got into handball and landed a spot on the DC Diplomats, where she played left wing and left-back.

Her goal is to not only make the team USA handball team, but also be a part of the handball revolution. View her profile here.


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