- Five Time Guinness World Record Holder for basketball spinning
- Featured on America's Got Talent
Champions Forever is made up of champion basketball handler Bruce Crevier and his family. The Crevier family is from South Dakota and their twelve children. Jacob is twenty five and the oldest child, Caleb is twenty four, Isaiah is twenty two, Katie is twenty, Josiah is seventeen, Hollie is fifteen, Ben is thirteen, Micah is eleven, Zach is nine, Nathan is six, and Tori and Tessa are both four. Together, the family travels the world putting on fun and exciting shows in a variety of settings for people of all ages. The purpose of these shows is to teach others to have the right attitude towards life as well as several life lessons. In order to do this, the Crevier family combines several techniques such as spinning basketballs, riding unicycles and speaking to their audiences. They have a strong belief in God and say that they are on a mission from him to share his joy and love with those who are struggling or hurting. Bruce centers his message around the fact that champions are not born; instead they are created one positive decision at a time.
The show that Bruce and his family perform is known as the “Spin-tacular Program”. Bruce learned to spin basketballs from his older siblings and was spinning at the young age of seven. In high school, he was a successful athlete. He played basketball his freshman year of college but was cut from the team during his sophomore year. Instead of letting this discourage him, he stuck with his love of basketball and God, eventually creating the shows that he performs worldwide. The Spin-tacular Program has been performed in several places such as all types of schools, churches, youth groups, civic groups, businesses, fund raisers, and high school, college, and NBA half time shows. He has also made appearances on the Live with Kathy Show, the Today Show, The CBS Evening News, CNN, Fox News, ABC News, ESPN, NBA Inside Stuff, the Vicky Lawrence Show, The Maury Povich Show, The 700 Club, Canada’s 100 Huntley Street, and Paul Harvey Commentary as well as numerous magazines and newspapers all over the world. The entire Crevier family appeared on season eight of America’s Got Talent. During the audition round in Chicago, Illinois all four judges voted yes which sent them to the next round. The family ended up making it to the quarterfinalist round, but they did not receive enough votes to move on.
Bruce Crevier has been in the Guinness Book of World Records several times for spinning the most basketballs at one time. He set the first record in 1992 when he successfully spun fifteen basketballs at the same time. Instead of stopping there, Bruce went on to break his own record three more times. He currently holds the record at twenty one basketballs spinning at the same time. In addition to this record, Bruce also holds the record for spinning a basketball for the longest period of time. At the time of his attempt, the world record was held by Zhao Guong from China when he spun a basketball for three hours and fifty nine minutes. Bruce made his attempt in a sporting goods store where he spun a basketball for twenty two hours and twelve minutes. These world records are not what is important to Bruce Crevier and his family. Their mission and purpose is to inspire others to live life in a positive way and to honor God in all that they do.
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