SRRC Athlete of the Week
“On fire”, on a roll”, “in the zone”, all great figures of speech intended to describe that unique state of mind that every SRRC athlete strives to tap into. As all of our team members are dedicated to achieving greatness, we wanted to highlight specific accomplishments of drive, confidence, calm, focus and athletic achievement.
Take a moment and help us celebrate our athlete and help us recognize their achievements while we encourage all to follow their journey. Let us congratulate Bryce Gonder as our SRRC Athlete of the Week.
Bryce Gonder is our skier of the week. Bryce was fastest male skier at the Frank Sheibley Memorial Slalom on Sunday January 7, 2018. For his outstanding results, Bryce’s name will be engraved on the Frank Sheibley Memorial Trophy.
Bryce Gonder Facts
- 100% Dedicated to Improving
- 6th Season in SRRC
- Plays the Baritone
- Motivated All Around
- Enjoys Art and Photography.
This is the 6th season Bryce has been a member of SRRC. Having started as an 8 year old, he is now in his 2nd season at the U14 level. His parents are Lee and Renee Gonder.
A Family Ski Affair
Lee is a coach for SRRC. Renee is a board member and can usually be seen at the mountain. Bryce has one brother Aiden, who also skis for SRRC at the U16 level. They have dog named Buck whom you may have seen.
All Around Talented
Bryce’s uncle David is also a coach at SRRC. Bryce is attends Allen Middle School. He enjoys Math and Tech Ed. He plays the baritone and enjoys art and photography. He ran cross country last fall. Congratulations Bryce!