Pannonian Challenge Croatia

This event is held on Osijek Croatia. A very unique small town in the north east of the country but it has an amazing skatepark and scene and an event spanning over 20 years. It’s great to see the progression of the scene from this region and that so many international riders male and female came out as it was a C1 event helping to earn Olympic points 

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FISE UCI World Series France

This is unofficially the main event of the year. Montpelier France brings in crowds of over 600000 people and is the one of the most attending events on the bmx calendar. We are worked really here. There are junior, amateur and pro events in all categories, mini spine, park, dirt, street, and there is male and female in these events. It’s huge. Judging is always tough here but I embrace the challenge it brings     

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FISE UCI Chengdu China

The last stop of the FISE World Series was held again in Chengdu China for the 5th year. We were in a new venue but the course was just as good as always. There was a good turn out for amateurs and juniors as well. A long weekend judging and a few crashes in peoples runs meant the rankings were constantly changing. What an amazing year with FISE again. 

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2018 Youth Olympic Games

This was the first ever BMX Freestyle competition in the Olympic Games and it was held in Buenos Aires Argentina. After many months of planning and preparation it was finally out time to show the Olympic audience what BMX Freestyle has to offer. There were 8 male and 8 female riders competing over two days with seeding rounds, qualification and big and small finals. The weather held out for us and it was a successful event for the riders, organisers,UCI and the Olympics. 

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