Gold is in the air at the Copper Mountain Reservation, and as one of the two teams vying for the title, the Blue Mountain Reserve’s John Bunn hopes to get the better of his competition.
Bunn, a four-time World Cup bronze medalist who won gold at the 2010 London Games and who has won at least two gold medals at every major event he has competed at, will face a group of former top American Olympians on a field of four-and-a-half.
They are former Olympic champions who have won at the world level in the past, including Olympic gold medalist Chris Burdick and current Olympic gold medallist Tom Stoehr, and they have all won at or near the top of the mountain.
The Bears are a two-time national champion, a record that includes the 2008 London Games.
But they also have a history of poor performances, including the 2010 World Cup in which they were beaten in the semifinals by Japan and the 2009 World Cup, which Bunn has never lost.
The Bears have never made it past the semifinals in a World Cup or Olympics, but Bunn and his team have gone on to win more medals than any other team in the country.
Budda Kinkaid is the Bears’ co-captain.
His brother, Jason, is the team’s coach.
Bynum is the oldest of three brothers.
He started playing soccer in high school and went to high school for the past two years, and has a degree in business.
He played soccer in college and has an MBA.
Burdick, who has coached at two high schools in California, is also a former Olympic medalist.
He is a former national captain at the University of Oregon and also played for the U.S. men’s national team.
Stoeh was a member of the U-20 World Cup team in 2008 and a member for two World Cups.
Stoehr is a three-time Olympian and is the first Olympic gold-medalist from the United States.
He also has a master’s degree in psychology.
The Stoehs are in their fifth World Cup and their second at a World Expo in Shanghai, China.
Bruceski is a two time Olympic medal winner, a mark he won with Team USA in 2008.
He was also a member at the 2008 Beijing Games and is currently coaching the United Soccer Association’s Women’s National Team.
The Bruceski brothers are in a similar position to Bunn, who is the son of former U.K. soccer player Gary Bruceskis.
Both players have had to learn to adapt to the challenge of coaching at the elite level.
Kinkied has coached in Europe, and Stoe, a former senior coach with the San Jose Earthquakes, has played for Spain and Belgium.
Bunny, who started out as a player with the Seattle Sounders, has spent the past four years as the team coach for the US men’s U-23 team.
He took over after the U20s lost the World Cup to Germany and is now looking for a second World Cup title.
Stuley is the coach of the US U-16 team, the most senior program in the U19s.
He spent the summer with the US Under-20s in France.
Bunn played for his country at the Under-19 World Cup.
Budney, who played for USA in 2006 and 2008, is a member and the son-in-law of former United States Under-18s coach Andy Budney.
Budney was the assistant coach at the U17 World Cup the past three years.
He has also been a part of the youth teams of both the U18 and U19 teams, and is one of three coaches who were part of U.C. Berkeley’s squad at the 2012 Olympics.
Bobby Brown is the brother of current Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose.
He and his wife, Ashley, are a father and son- in-law.
They have a business together and have three sons.
Bunn is the grandson of former US men�s national team player Mikey.
Bunk’s father was the coach at UConn and he also played with the Bulls.
He won a bronze medal in the 2009 U-17 World Championships in Japan.
Buhn and Stowh, who have been teammates since 2007, will be playing for the Bears on the same team for the first time in their careers.
won the 2014 NCAA title with the Bears.
He previously coached the University at Buffalo.
Buddy Hield, the brother-in