CTi Athletes


Toby Price

Professional Racer

Toby grew up in the small town of Hilston, NSW with the population of 1052. His father, John Price, used to race in class five of the Australian Off-Road Championships, which Toby believes is where he discovered his passion for motorsports in general. At the young age of 4, Toby won his first motorcycle race. This win was the first of a string of winnings, which has seen Toby’s career sky rocket.

I've been using CTi knee braces for almost a decade and to be honest I wouldn't trust my knees in any other support product. The fit, function and technology behind the product is like no other. CTi knee braces play a huge role in reducing any unwanted injuries and allowing me to compete to my greatest ability." - Toby Price

Achievements

  • 2020 3rd Dakar Rally
  • 2019 1st Dakar Rally
  • 2018 Rallye OiLibya du Maroc
  • 2018 FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship
  • 2018 1st Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge
  • 2018 1st Finke Desert Race
  • 2016 3rd Overall World Championships
  • 2016 1st Dakar Rally

Joany Badenhorst

Para-snowboader

At the age of 10, Joany was involved in a severe tractor accident on her parents' farm in South Africa resulting in the loss of her left leg below the knee. After being fitted with a prosthetic leg and moving to Australia, Joany was identified as a track and field athlete with serious potential. When she missed out on selection for the 2012 Australian Paralympic Team, she was approached to transfer to the new Para-snowboard program ahead of the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. With Para-snowboarding making is debut that year, Joany was the first female from Australia to compete in the sport on the world's biggest stage.

"I've been using CTi knee braces for about 5 snow seasons and there is just no other product out there that would allow me to be competitive in such a high impact sport! With no functioning knee ligaments and a knee prone to hyper extension and dislocation, CTi braces are the most trustworthy I’ve have ever used. There is no other product out there that can give me the same quality and quantity of time on snow. CTi knee braces play a huge role in preventing injuries on and off snow - whether it’s going to the gym or hitting the features while I race, it’s always got my back." - Joany Badenhorst

Achievements

  • 2018 Co-captain of the Australian Team at 2018 Winter Paralympics
  • 2018 Winter Paralympics Opening Ceremony flag bearer, the first female Australian Winter Paralympian to be given this honour
  • Overall World Champion for Women’s Boarderscross LL2
  • 2016 6x bronze medals IPC World Cup
  • 2017 2x gold medals World Cup
  • 2017 2x silver medals World Cup
  • 2017 6x bronze medals World Cup
  • 2016 6x bronze medals IPC World Cup
  • 2016 3x silver medals IPC World Cup
  • 2016 2nd place in the world - Banked Slalom
  • 2016 IPC World Cup

Daniel Milner

Off-Road Motorcycle Professional Racer

Daniel Milner is a professional motorbike rider who has ridden in the Australian Enduro scene since 2003. In 2009 Daniel won his first state championship before securing his first paid ride in 2011 at age 2011.3

In 2011 Daniel road for Yamaha Australia, before commencing a contract with Ballard’s Yamaha Off-road team in 2012. In 2013-14 he then moved on to ride for Yamaha’s CDR Off-road team. 2015-16 saw Daniel move to the America for a 2-year contract with their Yamaha factory racing team. He then returned to Australia to ride for the KTM Enduro racing team who he has been with since 2017.

"CTI knee braces are the most comfortable fit, with by far the most support you can get" - Daniel Milner

Achievements

  • 2019 Hattah Dessert Race Winner
  • 2018 Australian Off-Road Championship Outright Champion
  • 2018 Australian Four-Day Enduro Outright Champion
  • 2018 World International Six-Day Enduro Gold Medallist - Team Australia
  • 2018 World International Six-Day Enduro Gold Medallist Outright Winner
  • 2017 Australian Off-Road Championship Outright Champion
  • 2017 Hattah Dessert Race Winner
  • World ISDE Trophy Team Representative – Team Australia
  • World ISDE Individual Outright Winner (2018)

Jemma Wilson

Off-Road Motorcycle Racer

Jemma Wilson is an ex-professional offroad motorcycle racer who competed Nationally and Internationally for over ten years. Jemma won eight State Championships, four Australian Offroad Championships, five Womens World Cup Team Championships and competed in the World Enduro GP’s as a privateer for five seasons.Jemma has not only achieved her dreams in the world of Offroad Motorcycling; she’s also succeeded academically. Jemma completed a Bachelor of Laws at Queensland University of Technology in 2011, and has undertaken a Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning at Central Queensland University. She is also a High School Teacher, something that Jemma holds in extremely high regard on her list of accomplishments.

"CTi has been protecting my knees since I was 16 years old. They have travelled the world with me and you just cannot beat their comfort and protection, their longevity nor the customer support you get from Össur and Gall Brother Medical." - Jemma Wilson

Achievements

  • 5x International 6 Day Enduro Women’s Cup World Champion
  • 3x International 6 Day Enduro Women’s individual podium
  • 4x Australian Offroad Championship Women’s Outright
  • 8x Queensland Women’s Enduro Champion
  • 13x Australia Offroad Championship Podiums
  • 10x Australian 4 Day Enduro Championship Podiums
  • 8x International 6 Day Enduro Women’s Cup Team
  • 5x World Enduro GP Rider
  • Level 2 Motorcycle Coach

Kayne Lamont

Motorcross Racer

Kayne Lamont grew up in Mangakino, New Zealand. He started racing at the age of 8. Kayne started his racing journey on a quad which was quickly swapped over to a two wheeler, were he knew he was in heaven! Kayne currently holds 5 national NZ motocross titles to his name and has achieved many other milestones throughout his career. He has 1x Australian U19 championship title under his belt. Kayne has raced for the New Zealand team 3x in the MXoN. Kayne also raced in around the would, including Europe, UK, New Zealand and Australia. Kayne currently races for Altherm JCR Yamaha in NZ on the 450 machine.

"I like wearing my CTi Custom knee braces because the are safe strong and fitted perfectly to my knees. Not bulky which allows me to have great contact and feel up against the motorcycle. Also one of my favourite things about CTi Custom is that you can choose your colours or even design a personalised design to feature over the knee brace!" - Kayne Lamont

Achievements

  • 2019 3rd NZ MX1 Championship
  • 2018 3rd NZ MX1 Championship
  • 2014 MX2 NZ Champion
  • 2012 Australian U19 Champion
  • 3x NZ Junior champion

Ben Townley

Motocross & Supercross Racer

Ben Townley is a professional motocross and supercross racer originating from Taupo, New Zealand.  He competed in the Motocross World Championships from 2001 to 2005 and in the AMA Motocross Championships from 2006 to 2013. Townley is notable for winning the 2004 MX2 world championship. After claiming multiple National championships in his native New Zealand, Townley moved to Europe and began campaigning the FIM MX2-GP World Championships. 2005 saw Townley move up to the MX1-GP class aboard a 450cc KTM. Townley won several GPs in the premier division in that rookie season, and was a consistent threat for the win by the end of the year.

“My knees have been protected by CTi for 20 years now! CTi braces on my legs allow me to have more confidence, I trust that the brace will give me the protection needed while I’m riding all different types of DIRT and ADVENTURE bikes from Supercross to back country gravel roads and everything in between!” - Ben Townley

Achievements

  • 9 AMA MX & SX Championship round victories total
  • Raced MXGP based in Europe for 5 years
  • 13 World Championship round victories total
  • 2007 AMA Lites Supercross Champion
  • 2007 AMA Lites Motocross Championship 2nd
  • 2004 MX2 World Champion
  • 2005 MX1 World Championship 3rd

Sam Logan

Surfer

Sam grew up on Phillip Island, VIC, surrounded by beautiful surf beaches. At the age of 14, Sam caught his first wave and knew after that moment that he would be hooked for life. In 2010, Sam relocated to Warrnambool in Far West Victoria after finishing his building trade. Warrnambool has been a huge playground for him to push his big wave surfing skills. Due to this full-speed thrill seeking attitude, Sam has sustained multiple injuries to his right knee, leaving him with no confidence when surfing. Since teaming up with Össur, Sam is now wearing a custom-fit CTi knee brace, which has restored his confidence above and beyond. Sam is passionate about living sustainably, growing food and creating a future that gives back, with future goals to build a net zero home and live off-grid. He hopes to grow food sustainably, keep pushing the big wave limits and inspiring others to follow their dreams. Sam's motto in life is to "be honest and truthful to what aligns with you, this is the key to a fulfilled life".