My name is Gavin Tucker. I'm a professional fighter and martial artist. I train several disciplines including Brazilian jujitsu, muay thai, wrestling and boxing. I've competed in several different combat sports outside the cage specifically submission grappling tournaments.
Mackenzie Myatt is a nationally competitive mountain biker; cyclocrosser and has begun collegiate road racing Spring 2016. The student-athlete is currently based in Atlanta, Georgia at the Savannah College of Art and Design. In her first quarter, she made the USA Cycling Academic All Star Class with a GPA of 4.0, while training for, qualifying and attending two Collegiate National Championships. She grew up though, and got her love of all things cycling, living on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Myatt began her career in cycling at a tender age watching her father race, and then with her younger brother, she began racing herself as soon as she was old enough.
From her Nova Scotia base in 2016, she raced with Canada’s Elite as a first year U23 in the Canada Cup series. From a DNF at Mont Tremblant to 2 top 10’s in Hardwood and Saint-Felicien, it was a year of discovery and steady progress to transition to the Elite ranks. (U23’s race with Elites at the Canada Cup level).
Myatt was approached to ride for SCAD Atlanta last year when she was still in high school. Now in her first year of college racing, she picked up a pair of Bronze medals at the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals Championships in Snowshoe, West Virginia; one for her individual Cross Country race and one for the Team Relay. In January, she finished 6th at the USA Cycling Collegiate Cyclocross Nationals in a memorably muddy Hartford, Connecticut.
Follow Mackenzie here: http://mackenziemyatt.com