Britany Raymond was an American Gator Gal cheerleader who attended the University of Florida and burst onto the scene in 2009 as a Sports Illustrated’s Cheerleader of the Week.
She has since married (in November 2012) and changed her name to Britany Martin. She graduated from college in 2008 and went onto grad school at Emory University School of Medicine, and is expected to graduate with a 4.0 in 2013. She is a natural brunette who dyes her hair blonde.
Britany Raymond listed her activities and societies as: Christian Medical and Dental Association, American Medical Association, Honor Council and Crawford Long Society.
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At the University of Florida, Britany Raymond was a physiology and kinesiology student, and admitted she almost attended Virginia Tech. She said during a questionnaire with sportsillustrated.cnn.com that her favorite class was Introduction to the New Testament, and the movie she can’t live without is “Finding Nemo.” Her favorite music is Christian Alternative and country, mostly Rascal Flatts.
Britany Raymond enjoys “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” “A Haunting” and “MythBusters,” and anything on the History Channel. Her favorite sport is football, but she follows only college athletics, not professional teams. Her favorite foods are fried rice, prime rib and milkshakes.
Her best physical feature is “my waist and hips. I’m an ‘hourglass.’” A strange and unusual fact about her is that she was born on the day the Challenger space shuttle exploded. And her friends would be surprised that she knows how to drive a stick shift.
If Britany Raymond won the lottery, the first thing she’d buy is a pony. Three people who annoy her are Britney Spears, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. And five people she’d like to have dinner with include Jesus, Albert Einstein, Mother Teresa, Matthew McCounaughey and Nostradamus.
Britany Raymond currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.