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Tentera Athletes

Jessica Maviano

Jessica is a Utah-based base jumper, skydiver, wingsuiter, and lover of life! Her passions in life take her across the United States and to different countries. Living an active life has always been deeply rooted in her soul. She went to college for Recreational Therapy, and grew up hiking and playing multiple sports. She believes the outdoors has something to offer and teach for every person. For her, life began when she learned how to fly. She can't imagine her life any other way, and cherishes every moment she gets on this beautiful planet!

Sammie Jean

LA based athletes challenging others to keep fitness creative while staying healthy and happy✨

Livy Cheng

New Zealand's No.2-ranked female golfer Liv Cheng has qualified for her first Major - July's US Open - after surviving a tense three-way, five-hole play-off at a qualifying tournament in Texas. The 22-year-old Taiwan-born Aucklander claimed the second and final available qualifying spot by shading Lisa McCloskey (USA) and the Netherlands' Christel Boeljon in a thrilling finale at the Woodlands Country Club on Thursday.

Steve Gaspar

Experienced Professional Golfer with a demonstrated history of working in the sports industry. Skilled in Golf Instruction, Athletic Training, Relationship Building, Social Media, and Golf. Strong professional with a Sociology focused in Minor in Human Development and Family Studies from Auburn University.

Gabriella Then

Gabriella Then was one of USC’s most reliable players during her four-year career as a Trojan (2014-17), finishing as the school’s career-record holder in rounds played (145). The 2015 All-American, who helped lead USC to the NCAA Championships match play tournament three years in a row, was ninth on USC’s career list in rounds in the 60s (11) and 13th on Troy’s career stroke average list (73.58). She was a three-time Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention selection who graduated with a degree in communication.

Steph Na

Stephanie Na is a Korean-Australian golfer who was top amateur golfer in that country in 2007 and 2008. She turned pro in 2009, and gained limited status on the Ladies European Tour. In 2012, her best finish there was a tie for 4th. She finished 67th on their year ending money list. At the end of the year she attended LPGA Q-School and achieved limited status for the 2013 season by finishing 39th. Na only played two events on the LPGA tour in 2013 and missed the cut both times. She was unable to gain tour membership at Q-School. She mainly played in Europe, where she made one top ten in 16 starts to finish 83rd on the money list. Since 2014, Stephanie has played on the Symetra Tour, but has not gained an LPGA tour card; as well as in Australia and on the Ladies European Tour.

Carleigh Silvers

Carleigh competed in her first professional event in June 2013 where she fired her career low score of 65 at a Cactus Tour event. She also played in State Open's and competed in first stage of LPGA Qualifying School. In 2014 Carleigh continued playing on the Cactus Tour. She then worked her way on to the Symetra Tour for the second half of the season, while also qualifying for and playing in the 2014 U.S. Women's Open Championship at Pinehurst Country Club. Carleigh then competed in all three stages of LPGA Qualifying School and played a full season on the Symetra Tour in 2015. Her best finish was T13 at the Tullymore Classic. She ended the season 91st on the official money list. Carleigh then competed another full year on the Symetra Tour for the 2016 season. Although she did not receive her LPGA card she did have her first top 10 finish at the Tullymore Classic, along with three other top 25 finishes. She also ended the year 71st on the official money list, regaining priority A status for the 2017 season. This year Carleigh will continue to compete on the Symetra Tour with her goal being to finish top 10 on the money list and receive her LPGA card. You can follow along with Carleigh each week at symetratour.com to get live scoring updates.

Hallsy

There's nothing better than 🏄 surfing ya brains out then looking back as you walk up to the beach and admiring the view

Phillis Meti

Her career to date has been mixed between Long Drive and Ladies Golf tournaments in New Zealand, Australia, China, America and the South Pacific. It has opened up a lot of doors for her and immersed her in many different cultures for which she is very grateful. Not only has Phillis reached the top of the sport in World Long Drive, but she has also represented New Zealand in the sport of Waka ama and Athletics. Phillis is optimistic about her return to the World Long Drive stage. Having won the 2016 Championship upon her return to the sport and retaining the Women's #1 ranking throughout 2017, she is back in America and become the 2018 World Long Drive Championship.

Carlie Carr

Experienced Professional Golfer with a demonstrated history of working in the sports industry. Skilled in Golf Instruction, Athletic Training, Relationship Building, Social Media, and Golf. Strong professional with a Sociology focused in Minor in Human Development and Family Studies from Auburn University.

Phil Goodrich

Phil Goodrich a native of Indialantic, Florida. Received a B.A. in Studio Art from Point Loma Nazarene. University in San Diego, California. Currently residing in South Carolina, his oil paintings are distinguished by vibrant colors and the natural wood grain that seems to guide the movement of the subject. His subject matter is inspired by his extensive traveling and search for perfect waves. His work has been featured in The Surfer's Journal, The Surfer's Path, The Inertia and Soggybones Magazine.