Chiropractic Sports Institute is proud to showcase the following athletes who we sponsor and support.
They are ambassadors for C.S.I. in competitive sports.
Lance has been competitively riding motorcycles since 1995. He got his first motorcycle when he was 4 years old and has been pushing the limits ever since. Today Lance is focused on being one of the top Freestyle Motocross riders in the world. Lance is currently 20 years old and is still a young gun of the sport. With his talented riding background and an awesome training facility (The Red Bull Compound) at his fingertips, he has the tools to succeed. Lance has been traveling the world with freestyle, competing against some of the top name riders. He is still on his way to the top and is hungrier than ever.
9th - 2010 Red Bull X Fighters Egypt
1st - 2009 AFMXA Pro-Am
2nd - 2009 Swatch Free4Style
3rd - 2008 Swatch Free4Style
1st - 2000 AMA Cal. State Champion
Mike Shaffer, 45, is a world-class swimmer and former top amateur triathlete.
In recent years Mike has eclipsed 5 Masters age group World Records and over 30 US records in the pool and 3 World Records in the open water including the 2.4-mile Ironman-distance swim at 1995 Ironman Canada (:43:54). For the effort at IM Canada and his remarkable recovery from a near fatal bike-car accident just 10 months earlier, he was awarded USA Triathlon’s Comeback Award in 1995. Mike has also won 2 gold and 3 silver medals at the 2006 Masters Swimming World Championships in Palo Alto, CA, gold and silver medals at the 1995 Masters Swimming World Championships in Montreal, a silver medal at the 2001 ITU World Triathlon Championships in Edmonton, and a bronze medal at the 2002 ITU World Triathlon Championships in Cancun. Mike swam in college for UC Santa Barbara and was a NCAA Division I All-American in 1987 and a top-8 finalist at the 1988 US Olympic Swimming Trials in the 200-meter butterfly. Mike is a native of Sacramento, California, where he attended Jesuit High School and was a 2-time CIF individual champion and high school All-American in 8 different events. He ranked #1 and #2 nationally in the 100-yard freestyle and 100-yard butterfly his senior year (1983). Shaffer now competes in primarily swimming and aquabike (swim-bike) races due to knee injuries that have forced him to retire from running and triathlon.
Mike resides in Ventura and is a self-employed consulting engineer for Shaffer Environmental Consulting. He has a wife (Jill), 3 children (Sarah, Britta, Paul), and two grandchildren (Reese, Brody).
· January 24, 2010 – US Masters One Hour National Postal Swim Championships (5,830 yards) – 1st place 40-44, 1st overall (all ages).
· May 20-23, 2010 – US Masters SCY National Swimming Championships in Atlanta, GA - 2 gold medals (1000 free, 200 fly) and 2 bronze (100 fly, 500 free).
· July 4, 2010 – Santa Barbara Semana Nautica 3-Mile Swim – 1st place 45-49; 2nd place overall (:58:34).
· July 23-25, 2010 – SPMA LCM Championships in Fullerton, CA - 3 gold medals (1500 free, 100 fly, 200 fly), 1 silver (50 back).
· July 31, 2010 - Vineman Half Aquabike in Santa Rosa, CA - 1st overall (23:33 swim; 2:22:46 bike).
· September 11, 2010 - Big Kahuna Aquabike in Santa Cruz, CA – 1st overall (2:46:57 course record; 20:24 swim; 2:22:52 bike).
· September 16-20, 2010 – Member of Ventura Deep Six 202-mile Ocean Relay that broke open water world distance record in continuous swim from Ventura to Santa Barbara to San Diego (101.75 hours).
· September 26, 2010 - Carpinteria Sprint Triathlon in Carpinteria, CA – 1st Clydesdale, 4th overall (56:18).
· December 3-5, 2010 – SPMA Regional SCM Swimming Championships in Long Beach, CA – 6 gold medals (400m free, 1500m free, 50m back, 100m fly, 200m fly, 400m IM) and High Point winner for 45-49 AG.
· Ended 2010 with possibly three (3) No. 1 world rankings in Masters swimming (200m fly-LCM; 1500m Free SCM & LCM) and eight other swims in the FINA world Top 10 list for 45-49 men (official results posted in Spring 2011).
· Ended 2010 with five (5) No. 1 national rankings in US Masters swimming, and several other swims in the USMS Top 10 list for 40-44 and 45-49 men.
Brooke (Niles) Hanson
Brooke Hanson is one of the up and coming stars on the AVP tour. Along with partner Courtney Guerra, the two combine to be one of the youngest teams on the tour. In their rookie season, the team of Niles/ Guerra qualified in every event and by the end of the year had solidified their spot in the main draw with three 13th place finished, two top ten finishes, and a first place finish in the AVP Next Championship tournament.
Brooke was introduce to the beach when at the young age of six her Dad Randy, who was also a professional beach volleyball player as well as baseball player, taught her how to play beach volleyball. Teaming with several different partners throughout her youth, Brooke won the AAU Championship in Orlando, FL when she was fifteen and was one of the youngest players ever to gain her AAA beach rating at the age of sixteen.
Niles' indoor career finished at UC Santa Barbara where she was one of the most versatile players in Gaucho history. In 1999 she helped lead her team to it's second ever elite eight finished and was also named Big West Freshman of the year as an outside hitter. In 2002 Niles helped lead the UCSB Gauchos to it's best record in school history with a 33-3 record and another sweet sixteen finish and it's first ever Big West Championship. Brooke was also named AVCA All-American in 2002 as a setter.
Along with playing on the beach, Brooke Niles now is an assistant coach at UCSB under beach legend Kathy Gregory. A 2003 graduate of UCSB with a degree in law and society and a four-year Gaucho letterwinner, Niles is involved with all facets of running a high-profile Division I program, with particular emphasis on mentoring the Gaucho setters.
One of four children born to Tria and Randy Niles on March 11, 1981, Brooke grew around every sport imaginable. She now resides in Ventura, Ca but works in Santa Barbara as a volleyball coach.
- Favorite Movie: Legends Of The Fall
- Favorite Book: Where The Red Fern Grows
- Favorite Show: 24
- Favorite Meal: Sushi
- Role Model: Washington State Coach, Brian Heffernan
- If you weren't playing professional volleyball what would you be doing? I would love to try and play tennis!
Julie Kaplan, 54, is a Masters Cyclist with over 150 time trial wins to her credit. She has won 15 national championships and has 5 national time trial records. She competed in the Olympic Trials time trial in 2004 at the age of 51, finishing 43rd against 80 of the nation's finest cyclists. She lives in Oxnard and races for Team Hammer Nutrition. She not only races as a competitive master cyclist, but also holds a coaching and officiating license with USA Cycling.
Julie owns a Real Estate Education business in Oxnard and is an actively involved corporate sponsor of the Big Brothers/Big Sisters charity in her hometown of Owatonna, Minnesota.
Julie volunteers at CMH in Ventura. She rocks the preemies in the NICU and helps discharge patients from Same Day Surgery. In her spare time she rescues feral kittens.
RACING NUMBER: 20
RIDING EXPERIENCE: 7 Years
2011 Race Results:
85cc Stock thru 11 -11th Overall 85cc Mod thru 11 - 8th Overall
- CURRENT SPONSORS:
Thousand Oaks Powersports Team Green ,O'Neal Racing, DunlopTires, Chiropractic Sports institute, Procircuit, Hart and Huntington, Eks Brand goggles, Maxima oils, Lynk racing, Motogate, Indo boards, MarcPro, Matrix concepts and Our Lord Jesus Christ
"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me"
Bobby Langin, 48. Lover of Christ, family, and anything with two wheels.
Bobby began racing motocross in the early 70’s and by the early 80’s created a mini-motocross playground in his backyard that became known as “Langtown” where an annual event occurred that was covered by magazines and television. Cross-training on bicycles is common among motocrossers consequently another hobby ensued.
In late 2006, mostly due to his son’s encouragement, Bobby got serious about the bicycles and started competing in cyclocross events. He attended the last three rounds of the 2006 Southern California Prestige cyclocross Series but Bobby was less than satisfied with his results (5th, 4th & 2nd respectively) and quickly consulted with Doctor Terry at CSI on training and recovery as well as obtaining the services of a local personal trainer who was well versed in cycling-training techniques.
Thanks to CSI and Doc Terry’s advice, not to mention training-injury repair therapy, Bobby enjoyed much improved 2007 results. Just a few short months after the 2006 season concluded Bobby began the Cal State Mountain Bike Series and at the conclusion of the seven-event series he finished 2nd in the 45-49 expert division missing the championship title by only a couple points.
A very short break followed the mtb season (a mere two weeks) and Bobby then started the So cal Prestige cyclocross Series. He won the first event of the season catching many of his competitors off-guard who had been handily beating Bobby in 2006. As the season progressed he won nearly every event he entered with the only blemish being a second place in event 3 in the 10-race series. He won the series title and then went on to win the SCNCA State Championships in Bakersfield.
Sea Otter Classic Champion, Mountain Bike Cross Country, 50-54 Masters
California State Mountain Bike Series Champion 50-54 Masters
US Cup Unification (East-West Shoot out) Champion 50-54 Masters
Southern California/Nevada State Champion, Mountain Bike Cross County 50-54 Masters
Southern California Prestige Series Champion (Cyclocross) 50-54 Masters
Cyclocross National Championships, Bend OR, 4th Place 50-54 Masters
Racing age in 2009: 18
Racing since: 2000
Disciplines: Road, Track, XC Mountain, Cyclocross
Road: Category 2
08/02/2009 – Junior National Road Championships – Criterium…2nd@138
07/31/2009-Junior National Road Championships-Road Race…20th@131
07/14-17/2009 – Tour of the Red River Gorge…20th GC
06/13/2009 – Junior State Criterium Championships…3rd
05/31/2009 - Junior World Championship Trials – Road Race…17th
05/30/2009 – Junior World Championship Trials – Time Trial…18th
05/17/2009 – Ventura Stage Race – GC – Cat 3…5th (KOM)
05/17/2009 – Ventura Stage Race – Road Race – Cat 3…4th
05/16/2009 – Ventura Stage Race – Criterium – Cat 3…3rd
05/16/2009 – Ventura Stage Race – Time Trial – Cat 3…9th
05/03/2009 – Tour of the Gila – GC – Cat 3…9th
05/03/2009 – Tour of the Gila – Road Race – Cat 3…11th
05/02/2009 – Tour of the Gila – Criterium – Cat 3…7th
05/01/2009 – Tour of the Gila – Time Trial – Cat 3…18th
04/30/2009 – Tour of the Gila – Road Race – Cat 3…11th
04/29/2009 – Tour of the Gila – Road Race – Cat 3…4th
04/19/2009 – Sea Otter Classic – Road Race – Junior 17-18 Men…4th
04/11/2009 – Copperopolis – Road Race – Cat 3…8th
03/20/2009 – San Dimas Stage Race – Hill Climb TT – Cat 3…5th
03/15/2009 – Tour de Murrieta – GC – Cat 3…8th
03/14/2009 – Tour de Murrieta – Criterium – Cat 3…3rd
Track: Category 2
01/29/2009-ADT Pro 1-2 Omnium (4 events) 7thGC@24
07/04/2009 – Junior National Track Championships – Kieran…3rd
Cyclocross: Category 2
1/1/2009 – GP Sven Nys, BAAL, Belgium UCI JR 17-18…20@91
1/2/2009 – GP de Ster, Sint Nikklas, Belgium UCI JR 17-18..22@78
2008/2009 SoCalCross Mens “A” (Cat1,2,3) series 8th @31
Kendall Ryan has been racing bikes since she was 9 years old. She is now 16 and races for a development team called NOW MS Society for road racing and track, and Team C.I.C.L.E. for cyclocross and mountain bike. Kendall has won multiple state championships in the road race, cyclocross, and on the velodrome. She also won Criterium National Championships in the summer of 2008.
2009 Race Resume
Cat 2 Road
Racing Age: 17
Road and Track Team: NOW MS Society
Cyclocross and Mountain: Team C.I.C.L.E.
ADT Winter Classic (Track Omnium)Women 3,4 2nd
Amgen Tour of California Crit Women Pro 1,2 20th
Ontario Criterium- Dare To Race Women Pro 1,2,3 3rd
Tour de Murrieta-Criterium Women Pro 1,2,3 1st
“ “ -Circuit “ “ 10th
“ “ -GC “ “ 3rd
San Dimas Stage Race-Time Trial Women Pro 1,2 58th
“ “ -Road Race “ “ 46th
“ “ -Criterium “ “ 3rd
“ “ -GC “ “ 36th(80 starters)
Redlands Stage Race-Time Trial Women Pro 1,2 112th
“ “ -Road Race “ “ 94th
“ “ -Criterium “ “ 19th
“ “ -Road Race “ “ 56th
“ “ -GC “ “ 70th(138 starters)
Piru Time Trial Women Pro 1,2 2nd
Punchbowl Road Race Women Pro 1,2,3 13th(35 starters)
Chuck Pontius Criterium Women Pro 1,2,3 8th
ADT Track Omnium Women 3,4 2nd
Dana Point (NRC) Women Pro 1,2 8th
Long Beach Women Pro 1,2 10th
20k Piru Time Trial Women Pro 1,2 1st
Kermesse Mariekerke-Bornem Junior Women15-18 10th
Omnisport Future Track Event Junior Women17-18
Miss n Out- 4th
Derny Race- 6th
Team Pursuit- 5th
Individual Pursuit- 11th
Kermesse Moorslede Junior Women 17-18/ DNF-flat
Kermesse Sint-Antonius-Zoersel Junior Women 15-18 15th
GP Vlaams-Brabant-Kessel_Lotto Junior Women15-18 12th
Junior World Championship Trials Junior Women 17-18
Edgar Soto Memorial Cycling Time Trial- 3rd
Classic Road Race- 1st
State Criterium Championships Junior Women 17-18 2nd
San Pedro Grand Prix Pro Women 1,2 5th
Junior National Track Junior Women 17-18
Championships Points Race- 1st
Scratch Race- 2nd
Cascade Cycling Classic Pro Women 1,2
Stage 1- Smith Rock Road Race 80th
Stage 2- Three Creeks Road Race 76th
Stage 3- Skyliners Time Trial 89th
Stage 4- Cascades Lakes Road Race 76th
Stage 5- Downtown Criterium 44th
Stage 6- Awbrey Butte Circuit Race 69th
Junior National Road Championships Road Race 4th
Time Trial 3rd
UCI Junior World Road Championships Women 17-18 Road Race 33rd
Road Cat: 3
Track Cat: 4
Cyclocross Cat: 2
Mtn Cat: 3
Major Motion Development Team
Alexis is 14 years old and races Road, Mountain, Track, and Cyclocross. She has won many local races, numerous State Championships, and two National Championship titles. Alexis has been racing since she was 9 years old, old enough to get a license. She currently races for Major Motion Junior Development on the road and track and C.I.C.L.E. for Mountain and Cyclocross. She currently attends Foothill Technology High School with a 4.00 GPA. She wishes to become a professional cyclist when she is older. It is her dream to make the 2012 Olympic Team that goes to London, England.
2009 Race Resume
2009 Tour de Murrieta 1-3 Women 23rd GC
Criterium 1-3 Women 27th STG 1
Circuit Race 1-3 Women 13th STG 2
2009 San Dimas Stage Race 3-4 Women 15th GC
Time Trial 3-4 Women 36th STG 1
Road Race 3-4 Women 4th STG 2
Criterium 3-4 Women 2nd STG 3
2009 Long Beach Grand Prix 1-3 Women 14th
2009 Devil’s Punch Bowl Road Race 1-3 Women 15th
2009 Ventura County Stage Race 1-3 Women 22nd GC
Time Trial 1-3 Women 28th STG 1
Criterium 1-3 Women 26th STG 2
Road Race 1-3 Women 17th STG 3
2009 Barry Wolfe Grand Prix 1-3 Women 16th
2009 Edgar Soto Memorial Cycling Classic TT 15-16 Women 1st
2009 Edgar Soto Memorial Cycling Classic Road 15-16 Women 1st
2009 Junior State Criterium Championships 15-16 Women 2nd
2009 Junior National Track Championships 15-16 Women 5th GC
Sprints 15-16 Women 4th
Scratch Race 15-16 Women 4th
Points Race 15-16 Women 5th
500 M Time Trial 15-16 Women 5th
2009 Junior National Road Race Championships 15-16 Women 6th
2009 Junior National Time Trial Championships 15-16 Women 5th
2009 Junior National Criterium Championships 15-16 Women 5th