The dance moves bear is best known for, but he’s also one of the most famous athletes in the world.
From his iconic gold medal win at the 1972 Olympics to his signature dance moves and the gold medal he won in the 2004 World Cup, he’s become an icon.
It’s not hard to see why.
Bear, born Robert Ritchie, is a 6-foot-1, 220-pounder with a smooth, natural, natural smile.
His dance moves are as old-school as they are versatile.
You can dance to them, or you can just sit back and enjoy the moment.
If you don’t know how to do them, just watch him and learn.
Bear loves to dance.
He says he loves dancing because he can make you laugh, cry, smile, and laugh again.
You just need to know what he’s doing and how to execute the moves.
Watch a few of his moves, and you’ll understand.
We spoke with Bear about his moves and what it takes to be a great dancer.
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Bear’s signature move: “The Bear’s Pupa.”
His moves are always on point.
He’s the best.
Bear says it’s “a combination of the human body’s strength and flexibility that allow you to stand with your arms straight in front of your chest and knees bent, with your hips and legs pointed forward.
With your arms at the front of the chest and your legs slightly bent, your body should be able to support the weight of your body and your partner.”
The bear is one of only five people to ever win two Olympic gold medals in synchronized swimming.
He was the first black swimmer to win two gold medals, and the first white swimmer in history to win three.
Bear was the only man to win a silver medal in the men’s 50 meters back in 1972, and is the only athlete in history with three individual Olympic golds.
His other gold was in the 200 meters.
He has three world championships, and he won three of them.
He and his wife, Jennifer, have a 6.2-acre lake in Colorado called the Bear’s Paradise.
The lake, named after the bears he loves, has a waterfall, a waterfall-type waterfall, and a river that runs into the lake.
Bear is a huge fan of the Grateful Dead.
He owns the Denver Nuggets basketball team.
He is also the father of twins, Max and Max Jr., who are both former Olympians.
He won’t go into specifics, but said he is a big fan of both bands.
He said he loves Bob Weir and Bob Marley, and that he was an early fan of Bob Dylan.
He loves the song “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” by the Beatles.
The Bear’s favorite song is “Walking On Sunshine.”
It’s a song about love and perseverance.
He likes the movie “The Day the Earth Stood Still.”
His favorite song of all time is “Don’t Let Me Down.”
The biggest thing he has going for him is that he is not afraid to dance for the people he loves.
“I don’t have to be afraid to make the people who love me happy, and I don’t need to be scared to go out and have fun with them,” he said.
“And I don of course love dancing, so if it’s fun, I like it.
If I have to do it, I’m not afraid of it.
I just want to make a great dance move.
I’m always happy.”