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    Head over to the Alamosa Family Rec Center in Alamosa for the 2014 Mile High Salute to Fans Tour, presented by U.S. Bank!

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    Head over to the Monte Vista City Hall in Monte Vista for the 2014 Mile High Salute to Fans Tour, presented by U.S. Bank!

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    Head over to Centennial Park in Canon City for the 2014 Mile High Salute to Fans Tour, presented by U.S. Bank!

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Cheerleaders

Kisato

Kisato

  • Occupation: Student
  • Tenure: 2
  • College: Tamagawa University

What is the best thing about being a Broncos Cheerleader?
The best thing about being a broncos cheerleader is growing not only as a dancer but also as a person. It’s honor to be looked up to by girls all around the country who dream of one day being a DBC.

What is your most memorable experience?
My most memorable experience is still when I heard my name called my first year making the team.

What is the best thing about being a Broncos Cheerleader?
The best thing about being a broncos cheerleader is growing not only as a dancer but also as a person. It’s honor to be looked up to by girls all around the country who dream of one day being a DBC.

What is your most memorable experience?
My most memorable experience is still when I heard my name called my first year making the team.

How do you spend your time off the field?
I enjoy taking dance and yoga classes, traveling and talking on skype with my family and friends in Japan.

What is your occupation and how does being a Denver Broncos Cheerleader affect your work?
I am currently a student. I go to English school in the morning. I try to keep a balance between student and DBC, because I would like to contribute to the community and go to charity events as much as I can.

Who do you admire most in the sports industry?
The person I admire the most in the sports industry is Ichiro Suzuki. He is a Japanese baseball major leaguer.

What is your favorite book?
In Her Shoes.

Where do you see yourself in five years?
Continuing in dance, pursuing career in dance. I would like to be a choreographer for a  professional dance team or college dance team in Japan.

What is the best thing about Broncos fans?
Every day I pass people on the street wearing Broncos t-shirts or hats, even during the off-season. This is something that doesn't happen in Japan.

What do you do in your spare time to relax?
Taking yoga classes is my favorite way to relax. Core power yoga is the best.

What is your best advice to kids?
Never stop reaching for your dreams!! Practice really does make perfect.

What is the best gift you ever received?
The best gift I ever received is a ring from my mother. She gave me it before I left Japan. I always carry it as a charm.

Most important goal in life?
To be active, healthy, and happy. Success in my career and having a family are two things that are very important goals of mine.

What is the one place you would most like to visit?
Europe. I have never been to Europe. I would especially like to visit Italy.

Who has been your greatest inspiration?
My mom. She has inspired me to chase my dreams. She is my role model.

What is the one thing that you value most in life?
Gratitude. I realize how much my family and friends supports me so much in my life and I really value that.

What is the toughest part about being a cheerleader?
Time management. We are given so many opportunities to go to charity and participate in community service besides cheering at the games.

Who are two people you would like to have dinner with?
My mom and my sister. 

What are your favorite things to do in Denver?
I love finding cute coffee shops and breakfast restaurants, and going to Rockies games.

Favorite sport to participate in?
Badminton. I used to play badminton for two years.

What are the three words that best describe you?
Happy, Energetic, Caring.

What is your most prized possession?
When I was the captain of university dance team in my senior year, I led the squad to win second place in NCA/NDA Collegiate National Championship for two consecutive years, and also won All-American for two consecutive years at the summer camp in the same year.These results made me to try to take an tryout for Professional cheerleader team in the U.S. and making a professional team became one of my main goals. So I am living in my dream!!

What is your greatest accomplishment?
I made to the team two years in a row. I am so glad to be a part of such an amazing NFL cheerleader team.

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