Take a closer look at Broncos Cheerleader Sydney!
Hometown: Greeley, Colo.
Occupation: Social Media Coordinator
Movie/TV Show: Finding Nemo or FriendsSong to dance to: Probably anything by Flo Rida. He’s just a party-starter.Junk food: ChocolateDream car: A fast one!Superhero: SupermanHoliday: That’s tough. Probably Christmas because it brings all of my family under one roof.Animal: Sea turtle!Quote: If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough.
What does being a Denver Broncos Cheerleader mean to you?
Being a Denver Broncos Cheerleader means that a lot of my hard work is paying off, but it’s also just beginning. It means that you’re a great athlete, as well as a great role model and ambassador. I’m truly honored to represent this organization. I have to pinch myself to make sure this isn’t a dream!
Who is your hero?
My mom. I have never seen anyone constantly put others before themselves without expecting anything in return. I think she is truly someone I aspire to be like when I’m a mom — caring but tough, and always acting out of love. She is also a hockey player, so that’s awesome.
What was the first concert you’ve ever been to?
Oh, goodness! I believe it was Aly & AJ, a popular duo from the Disney Channel. The Jonas Brothers were also there, which was everything I could have wanted at 12!
If there were a movie made about your life, which celebrity would you want to play you? Who would play your parents?
I think I would want Zooey Deschanel to play me. She can be quirky and a little dorky with jokes, and that’s definitely me. For my parents, I’m not sure! They would probably play themselves as no one could ever get what they have.
What is your dream vacation destination?
Any hidden talents or tricks you can do?
I play golf, does that count?
When did you first start dancing or cheerleading?
When I was 10! I forced my mom to put me in dance class.
As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
An actress or a dancer.
What advice would you give your younger self?
To apply myself more. I didn’t really learn what it meant to work hard until college.