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GMTM Athletes Of The Week - May 20th, 2021

ByNisshanth Perumalsamy

Published on Mon May 24 2021

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2 min read

GMTM Athletes Of The Week - May 20th, 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!


Brandi Hanna, Team BC Select 17U & 18U Women’s Virtual Identification

Quincy is a 16-year-old right-side volleyball athlete who is looking for a spot on Team BC. She wants to be a part of this program because she wants to surround herself with like-minded athletes who will push her to be the best she can be.

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Quincy Johnson, Team BC Select 17U & 18U Women’s Virtual Identification

Quincy is a 16 year old right side volleyball athlete who is looking for a spot on Team BC. She want to be apart of this team because she wants to surround herself with like minded athletes who will push her to be the best she can be.

Keala Morazain, Team BC Select 17U & 18U Women’s Virtual Identification

Keala is another volleyball athlete looking for a spot on Team BC. Her future goals are to play volleyball at the collegiate level and eventually play at the national level. She currently stands at 5 feet 9 inches and has the same wingspan.

Keala Morazain - Blocking Evaluation @ Team BC Select 17U & 18U Women’s Virtual Identification | GMTM
Keala Morazain competes in the Blocking Evaluation challenge during Team BC Select 17U & 18U Women’s Virtual Identification



Nanle Yusuf, Volleyball Canada U21 Men’s National Team Program

Nanle Yusuf is another athlete trying to make the Canada National Team. He currently plays the left side for Brock University. On top of this, Nanle is a team player who looks to push his teammates and himself as much as possible.

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Dax Tompkins, Volleyball Canada U21 Men’s National Team Program

Dax is a volleyball player from Ontario who is looking for a spot on the national team. He started playing volleyball in grade 10 and feels like it was his ticket out of his small town. Now he plays on the collegiate level and wants to play volleyball until his knees fall off.

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