To start, EVO will focus on three specific areas in individual professional sports, where we already have strong expertise: COMBAT (MMA and Boxing), RACING and GOLF.  Athletes who join EVO will receive the benefit of teams managed by a legendary trainer and Olympic silver-medalist, an IndyCar veteran with nearly a decade of successful racing development, and a TPI-certified golf coach with a unique background in risk management and player development.



  • Silver medalist in the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles
  • Bronze medal at the 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games for Light Heavyweight
  • 1st boxer in 56 years to win a medal at the Olympic Games for New Zealand
  • Trainer for Joseph Parker—WBO heavyweight champion 2016-2018
  • Managed NZ heavyweight David Tua from 1992–2003
    • Tua won bronze at the 1992 Summer Olympics
    • Tua ended his career 52-5
      • with 43 knockouts (16 in first round)
  • Trained Robbie Peden to win the 2005 IBF super featherweight title





  • Coach to LPGA/PGA Tour Professionals, World Long Drive Competitors, Junior Master’s Champion, and Division I SEC Coaching Consultant.
  • Master Certified Mental Coach
  • Titleist Performance Institute Certified:
    • Level 3 Golf Professional
    • Level 3 Jr Player Development
    • Level 2 Medical Professional
    • Level 2 Fitness Professional
  • KMotion 3D Biomechanics, Trackman, Sam Putt, National Academy of Sports Medicine
  • 20-year Professional background in Risk Management, Management Consulting, Team Development, Organizational Health, and Open Book Management
  • Partner with The Ken Blanchard Companies and The Great Game of Business

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Ryan began his racing career at 12 years old, when he received his AMA license to race in regional motocross. When he turned 16, he attended the legendary Skip Barber Racing School, and his love for auto racing began. Since then, he’s honed his skills to become an agile and dynamic driver—winning the 2016 Pro Atlantic Championship Series title, at only 18-years-old.

In 2017, Ryan stepped into the Indy Lights Championship series, having been selected for the prestigious Andretti Autosport team, and finished 4th in points in 2019. For that entire year, Ryan drove an EVO-branded car to raise awareness for the company.

In 2020, Ryan won the TCR Championship in the IMSA series and is going to be racing in the 2021 Rolex 24 hours of Daytona in the LMP3 Class.