|Age (at audition)||4–25|
Champions Forever Ministries is a non profit organization bringing a message of Hope to this generation. Bruce and Diane Crevier both come from families of 12 and 7 respectively. Bruce and Diane have 12 biological children of their own ranging from 4 to 25 years of age (Jacob, Caleb, Isaiah, Katie, Josiah, Hollie, Ben, Micah, Zach, Nathan, Tori, Tessa).
Bruce and his family have traveled all over the globe sharing their talents and motivational message to adults and youth alike. They inspire others to make the Right choices, Choosing to be a Champion! Champions Forever encourages and challenges other to set Goals, have a good Attitude, and live a moral life.
Bruce has been in the Guinness Book of World Records 5 times for spinning the most basketballs at one time. He also currently holds the World Record for spinning one basketball for the longest time (WR: 22:12:04s). He travels all over the world both personally and as a family. He has been to over 40 countries. As a family they hold the World Record for having the most people from one biological family riding atop Giraffe Unicycles. The family has visited over 15 countries sharing the message of inspiration to others. Bruce, Diane and their family continue to encourage others to live a life of Excellence! 1
Champions Forever's audition in Episode 805 consisted of dribbling basketballs, riding on unicycles, and young children balancing basketballs on sticks clenched between their teeth. Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel all voted "Yes," sending the group to the Vegas Round.
Champions Forever's Week 4 Quarterfinals performance in Episode 816 consisted of riding unicycles while twirling basketballs on their fingers and holding members of the group by their arms between unicycle riders. The family did not receive enough votes to be sent to the Semifinals in Episode 817, eliminating it from the competition along with Aerial Ice, instead of Jimmy Rose.