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Oceania BMX Championships & RampFest C1 Results

December 09, 2019

Oceania BMX Championships & RampFest C1 Results

It was a massive weekend of BMX action at RampFest - with an insane level of riding through all the classes - showing everyone that Australian BMX is very very strong!  Congratulations to all our riders who competed over the weekend. 

You can find the full results from each category below.

We'll be posting more photos and videos to our Facebook & Instagram over the coming days as we sort through them!

Event Results:

Saturday - 7th Dec

Oceania Championship - Pro Mens

1. Logan Martin

2. Brandon Loupos

3. Jake Wallwork

4. Alec Danelutti

5. Liam Quinlivan

6. Sam Gibson

7. Jayden Fuller

8. Bevan Cowan

9. Liam Joyce

10. Nathan Freeman

11. Harrison Fuller

12. Brandon Vanee

13. Jakeb Dugdell 

14. Todd James 

Oceania Championship - Pro Womens

1. Natalya Diehm 

Under 12s - Boys

1. Jaxon Philp

2. Kyle Sleightholm

3. Koby Clayton

4. Ollie Philp

5. Seb Troy

6. Josh De Vries

7. Cody Wilkinson

8. Ky De Vries 

Under 12s - Girls

1. Sarah Nicki

2. Sophia Nicki

3. Amelia Rowe 

Sunday - 8th Dec

Under 16s

1.  Cooper Wilson

2. Orlando Oakley

3. Cai James

4. Nissar Cheriri

5. Brodie Quick

Open Amateur 

1. Ben Zygmat

2. Harrison Fuller

3. Ravine Kelly

4. Mo

5. Josh Measday

6. Nissar Cheriri

7. Cooper Wilson

RampFest International (C1 Event) - Pro Mens

1.  Logan Martin
2. Jake Wallwork
3.  Sam Gibson
4. Liam Quinlivan
5. Alec Danelutti
6. Bevan Cowan
7. Nathan Freeman
8. Jayden Fuller
9. Jakeb Dugdell

RampFest International (C1 Event) - Pro Womens

1. Natayla Diehm
2. Cory Coffey
3. Sara Canovi

 



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