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Cheerleader spotlight: DBC Annie

Meet Annie, a second-year Denver Broncos Cheerleader.


Hometown: Boulder, Colo.

College: University of Colorado Boulder

Occupation: Mathematician

Nickname: "Ann"

Zodiac sign: Aquarius


TV show: "Friends"

Song to dance to: Anything country!

Junk food: Fries

Dream car: Audi Q7

Color: Purple

Superhero: I don't really have one, but if I had to choose it'd probably be "Wonder Woman"!
Holiday: Christmas

Animal: Cat!

Quote: "Happy girls are the prettiest." - Audrey Hepburn

Get to know Annie:


What does being a DBC mean to you?** To be a DBC means being a role model everywhere I go, and representing the Denver Broncos organization as best as I can. It also means representing all of the past and present DBC, as well as setting a precedent for future DBC. Being a DBC means the world to me and I'm so thankful that I can call these women my smart, strong and beautiful teammates.

Who is your hero? My hero is my high school poms coach, Lindy. She was a DBC a few years ago and without her I wouldn't be where I am today. She is an incredible role model and inspiration to everyone she meets!

Tell us about the first concert you've ever been to? The first concert I went to was 3OH!3. I was definitely not a fan of the mosh pit, but I still had a blast!

What is your dream vacation destination? Europe, for sure! Which actually came true as a graduation gift from my family!

When did you first start dancing/cheerleading? I actually started dancing in high school. I grew up playing soccer, so it was quite a change when I switched over.

In 10 years I see myself… Happy, working and hopefully still dancing.

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be an orthodontist because teeth always intrigued me. I was also always in my orthodontist's office getting my teeth worked on, so I suppose that inspired me for a while!

What advice would you give your younger self? Life has an amazing way of working out, just breathe, have trust, and be happy regardless.

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