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BMX Lonestar NZBMX Superclass Series Final  21 Apr 2008
The Lone Star - BMX NZ Superclass Series 2007-2008 Lone Star New Zealand BMX EVENT MANAGER, Report Created 18/04/2008 11:58:39 a.m. Series Detailed Round 1: Lone Star - BMX NZ Superclass Series RD 1 New Plymouth BMX Club Round 2: Lone Star - BMX NZ Superclass Series >>
BMX Kiwi World No 1s dominate National BMX Titles  27 Mar 2008
World No 1 ranked Sarah Walker and Marc Willers dominated the Southern Trust BMX National Championships as expected in Christchurch today. Walker and Willers were unbeaten to claim their respective national honours today at the North Avon Christchurch BMX Club. They both won all three motos to qualify top seed for the eight-strong finals. Walkers and Willers were both first to the opening >>
New Zealand's world No 1 Sarah Walker dominated the first round of the UCI BMX Oceania ranking series at North Harbour today. The 20-year-old from Kawerau easily won the final today, and victory in tomorrow's second round will assure her of the Oceania title and a spot in the Beijing Olympics. Compatriot Marc Willers had a tougher time, finishing sixth in a physical final won by >>
BMX Marc Willers on track for Olympic Dream  9 Feb 2008
Marc Willers now riding for Free Agent has a Olympic dream to achieve the best for his country and win a medal in the first time BMX enters the Olympics. Well he is on track. Winning his semi final and going into the main as a favourite to win, got a fast start and had to sit behind a fast Arthurs Matisons who won with Marc in second. Video can be seen on >>
BMX Kiwis kick start the Olympic campaign in Melbourne  19 Jan 2008
New Zealanders, Sarah Walker and Marc Willers claimed victory in the sixth BMX UCI Oceania Rounds in Melbourne today. In what was a New Zealand white wash the pair secured their respective leads in the overall series. Light rain did not deter the pair who now have their sight squarely focused on a potential spot at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Walker, currently ranked number one on the UCI >>
Kiwi BMX riders dominate mud on the Gold Coast  7 Jan 2008
The fourth round of the UCI BMX Oceania Ranking Round continued last night despite wet and muddy conditions on the Gold Coast. With precious national ranking points up for grabs Australia and New Zealand teams were keen to secure UCI points to improve their nation's ranking and gain places for riders to compete at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Officials allowed racing to proceed at the Nerang BMX >>
BMX Superclass 30+ 24 Inch Series Round 1  20 Nov 2007
Taupo was the host of the first round of the all new 30 plus 24 inch superclass series. This included alot of the old school riders from the 80's as well as the current riders who still enjoy the sport. The track was looking great with some new jumps for the old boys to handle. During the motos, Richard Mclachlan, ended as with first qualifyer going into the final with four firsts. In the final, >>
BMX To Beijing on a Bike  20 Nov 2007
Marc Willers believes BMX has been brought into the Olympics to target a younger audience, and he and his peers are hoping to keep it there. The guy hurtling his wee bicycle up a street near you could be an Olympic superstar, and Marc Willers is here to prove it. The lanky, 22-year-old Cambridge car painter, or make that ex-car painter, and his BMX bike are almost guaranteed a trip to Beijing >>
BMX Willers Wins UCI BMX Round in Hamiltion  24 Oct 2007
Southern Trust North Island BMX Championships Day 2 New Zealanders Marc Willers, Sarah Walker and Kurt Pickard won in convincing fashion in the third round of the UCI BMX Pacific-Oceania Ranking Series today in Hamilton despite strong winds making it a difficult day out on the bike. The Elite Men's race saw Australia's Luke Madill get a good start but Willers (Cambridge) was too strong and led >>
BMX Walker on form in New Zealand  24 Oct 2007
Southern Trust North Island BMX Championships Day 1 Saturday October 20th Walker on form in New Zealand World Champion Sarah Walker continued her successful form taking an easy first place in the second round of the UCI BMX Pacific Oceania Ranking series in Hamilton today ahead of ex World Champion Nicole Callisto (Australia) in second. Walker (Kawerau) made her debut ride in New Zealand >>
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