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R.I.S.E. The first of many Graduations

For the past 6 months 20 students from North Tulsa have joined together to define their story, build a journey, and develop themselves as future leaders through BMX. The USA BMX Foundation with partnership through the Terence Crutcher Foundation and Hyper Bicycles celebrated their graduation last night, marking these students as the first class of the RISE initiative.


Resiliency • Inclusion • Social Awareness • Education
 
 
RISE Inaugural Class

BRANDON HAMPTON JR.

BRISEIS HAMPTON

BRISTOL HAMPTON

CADENCE WILLIAMS

DEANDRE SMITH

DYLAN JARRETT

ELIJAH BROWN

EMMANUEL JOHNSON

ERIC JOHNSON

GANTZ FOMBY

IYANNA SMITH

KING-JAE CRUTCHER

LANDON DAVIS

NOAH CREED

PRINCESS CRUTCHER

PRESTON DOTSON

SALOMON YOUNG

TERENCE CRUTCHER

TRINITY WALKER

OCIR JOHNSON


Via USA BMX Foundation

"Our USA BMX coaching staff has a goal of identifying three riders in each class that portrays the desire to continue their journey in BMX racing or freestyle. USA BMX will award these youth a lifetime membership to USA BMX, unlimited coaching at the national headquarters (including) riding, nutrition, fitness and a personal bike and full racing kit. These three riders will enter the Grand National Championship during Thanksgiving week and represent Team Terence Crutcher on a global stage."


To get involved in the next class of RISE reach out to USA BMX Foundation!

 

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