About Ted

Ted got hooked on competing after winning the U.S. Junior Windsurfing Championships at 14. With amazing support from his parents, Ted set off on a roller coaster ride of international travel, training/racing abroad, culminating in competing at the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games.

Ted holds a B.A. in Organizational Behavior from Stanford University and an M.A. in Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University.

To achieve his Olympic dream, Ted recognized the importance of building a trusted team around him. He forged relationships with the top German and Australian windsurfers for the 1996 and 2000 Summer Olympics, becoming their official training partner. Together, they became better. Ted’s next athletic challenge was a more team oriented one. He took up road cycling, quickly ascending to the professional level. Along the way, while competing and working full time, he launched successful professional men’s and women’s road cycling teams (2003 – 2010), even competing in the 2003 Olympic Road Race Trials himself. Ted is proud to have played a role in developing four of his riders to compete for their countries in the 2004/2008 Olympics.
Ted Huang