Here at Bio-Synergy, we’re always striving to do better – in the purity and quality of our supplements and in the close relationships we develop with our customers. Sometimes we like to think that dedication rubs off on the athletes, both amateur and professional, who use Bio-Synergy to reach their full potential in their heart-pounding and mind-bending pursuits.
We don’t always sponsor athletes, but when we do, those athletes are amazing. Take a look at some of their stories below to give you that extra push when the going gets rough.
I live in Henley-On-Thames only half a mile up from my local weir (Hurley weir) and marsh weir. I am 16 years old and have been part of the Great Britain freestyle kayak team for 3 years now. I have a lot of goals in my kayaking life and also life in general: I want to become a chiropractor in the future. Also, I’m training hard to become the European Champ and the World Champion and to hold the title for both in the years to come. I go to Henley collage in Henley-On-Thames, I could say a lot more about me and my kayaking but I will keep updating my blog for everyone to see. “Chase your dreams, not the competition.”
My name is Annalese Ferrari and I am a 23 year old female racing driver based in Bedfordshire. Originally, I started off in single seaters in both Formula Renault and Formula Ford but due to sponsorship issues eventually turned to saloon and sportscar racing. I won two championships in the Green Manufacturers Touring League and an international championship in a Seat Leon. I then took a year out to concentrate on my other sport of bobsleigh but after sustaining a long term injury preventing me from competing, I returned to motor racing and won another championship, this time Production Class in a Peugeot 206 GTI as well as some other one off rounds entered. For 2012, I am racing in the prestigious Renault Clio Cup Championship for the last half of the season, a support race to the British Touring Car Championship. My plans for the future are to race and win in FIA GT Sportscar racing and also to race at the Le Mans 24 Hours. Aside from racing, I am a fashion and catwalk model, presenter and actress and also a television stunt driver, as well as a racing instructor!
The Four Cross season starts at the 1st April, which contains 6 events, and I’ll be trying to attend as many as possible, towards the end of the season there is the Aston Hill Central and Easton Championships for downhill which I’ll be attending. In November and December I’ll be attending the Mini Downhill series.
I started triathlon 3 years ago after my career in football came to an end. I needed something to keep me fit so entered my local tri and got hooked from there on in. I spend half of the year in the Swiss Alps, which is a great place to train, and the rest of the year in the UK racing. I do triathlon as the combination of the three events is awesome and always offers up new challenges.
• Castle Series Opening Race 2011, 1st.
• European Championships 2011, Spain, 9th.
• British National Championships 2011, 15th.
• World Championships 2010, Hungary, 39th.
• Qualified for GB team, 2010
Hi, I’m Scott Wilson, from Lydd In kent, born 17th March 1990. I’ve been competing since 1996, 1 month after my 6th birthday.
Travelled all over the world riding, Spain,France, Italy, Germany, Czech, Slovakia, Sweden,Finland, China, Singapore, Japan (6x), Bahrain and India. Loved every single trip!
I’m a former World champion, 6x British champion, British Elite Indoor champion, Essex Club Champion, Hampshire club champion.
I’m Currently BIU British No.4, BIU Euro cup No.6, BIU European No.8 and BIU World No.10
(BIU- Biketrial International Union, the governing body,incase you wondered why there were random letters)
I first started martial arts at the age of 10 at the Sheffield Dragons College of Martial Arts, 10 years later, I am now a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Sport Karate. I have competed across a range of governing bodies and accumulated many titles. Through my hard work and dedication, at the age of 14 I was asked to represent Team Great Britain, this gave me the chance to travel around the world competing in the sport I love.
My main martial arts achievements include:
9x World Champion (Points Sparring, Musical Forms and Traditional Kata)
Numerous English, British and European titles.
Joe is a member on Euro Pro Tour and Jamega Tour. He spent 3 years at the highly acclaimed golf academy The Sussex College of Golf where he worked with world famous coach Denis Pugh and Paul Lyons and psychologist Peter Cohen.
Joe has been Club Champion at his local golf course and Junior Champion twice and participated in a bunch of prestigious tournaments like the English Amateur, The Hinge Trophy, Prince of Wales, and PGA South Region at Lindfield.
As well as travelling extensively across the country to participate in tournaments, he also spent a month every year training at the Club de Bonmont Golf Resort in Barcelona, Spain whilst being at college. Joe trains 6 days a week at his local golf club and has a tailored gym plan set by Alan Dean of his former college in which he still regularly attends to maintain his training.
I started canoeing at the age of 8 in the local swimming pool at Llandysul. By the time I turned 9 I had done my first ever Canoe Slalom race. When I was 10 I was invited to start some training weekends with the South Wales Junior Group. Over time I increased the amount of training I did until I became National Junior 14 Champion at the age of 13. I obtained National Junior titles up to the age of 16 in 2009, when I also gained selection to the Great Britain team, since then I’ve participate in Junior World and European Championships. In 2010 I became Welsh Senior Champion, in 2011 finished 8th in the Junior European Championships and finished the season 10th Senior in Britain I am now transitioning from Junior to the Under 23 category and have moved to University in Cardiff where I train at the Cardiff International White Water Centre, while I also travel to train at Nottingham and the Olympic Course at Lee Valley. My long term aim is to compete in the 2016 Olympic Games.