We are proud to be sponsoring several elite junior motorcycle road racers and tennis athletes. We hope to bolster the level of interest in these sports with other biomedical firms in an effort to expose unique opportunities for global corporate brand building, marketing and revenue optimization.
A San Francisco native, David 18, is an emerging, dedicated tennis athlete. Konstantinov stands 6’2” with a dynamic offensive game. At age 8, his mother introduced him to the sport; he had a natural aptitude and developed an instant passion. By age 14, he embraced the sport in earnest. David’s home club is the San Francisco Tennis Club and he currently competes for Whittier College, a top NCAA Division III tennis squad.
18 year old Wyatt Farris hails from Calistoga, California. He played football, basketball and baseball when he was younger, but has had his attention solely on racing for the past 10 years, the past four on a competitive level.
Wyatt graduated from high school in 2011. He plans on taking a couple of summer classes at Santa Rosa Junior College but has not declared a major. He has competed in three forms of racing — Motocross, Supermoto, and Road Racing — at one point or another in his life, but right now primarily competes in Road Racing. Wyatt competes in races all over Northern California, as well as the Western Region.
Teddy Swain, 16, of Berkeley, CA started playing tennis at age 7. A naturally gifted athlete, he also played baseball, achieved the level of “scratch” golfer as well as having the honor of being the youngest member of the Berkeley Bicycle Club. But tennis remains his passion, playing #1 singles for Berkeley High as a freshman. Teddy’s goal is to build a foundation to participate on the Men’s professional tour.