Outstanding results for club
THE NSW BMX State Titles at Macarthur in Sydney was full of heart-felt victories and heart-breaking loses.
For a small club from the bush Clarence Valley BMX Club brought home its fair share of silverware with 14 State plates taken home.
Stacey Brown held nothing back to get 2nd in 20-inch against Chloe Molan, who now rides for Sawtell, in a great show that went down to the wire. Stacey also took out the 11-12 cruiser girls final and was 2nd in 20-inch State Series and 1st in the 24-inch cruiser class. One very busy girl, and one very classy rider.
Britney Cole rode well making her dad proud by making the finals in 11-12 cruiser girls. Well done to Britney who she hasn't been riding for very long.
Brooke Korb kept it upright this weekend and managed to plate 7th in both 20-inch and cruiser. Brooke was a little wary of the track having crashed out three times at pre-state titles.
Josh Marsh put in a brilliant ride in the very tough 13-year boys field to snag a well-deserved 7th in the 20-inch final.
George Cole had his legs spinning like a mad man all weekend and managed to seal a well deserved 4th in 13-14 cruiser boys. A very good ride from a dedicated athlete who has competed in 10 consecutive BMX NSW State Title events.
Nick Marsh was strong through the heats and made the final in the 15-16 cruiser boys to finish 5th but crashed out on the last berm attempting the pass of the weekend to miss the final of the 20-inch.
Slamming Sam Stanton, with a can do attitude and the body frame of a bull dozer, is fast, fit and on fire. Sam ranked high in the motos doing a little bit of elbow work and managed to secure a 4th in 20-inch and 3rd in cruiser.
Mr Greg Brown, our fearless president, went into battle against a bunch of blokes that should know better to claim 4th in 20-inch and 8th in 24-inch in the prestigious 50 plus age group.