The BMX Australia National Championships is here and Australia is talking about it!
The biggest event on the BMXA calendar has well and truly hit Bunbury and local newspapers around Australia are talking about it. Everyone loves supporting and talking about their hometown heroes and the chance of seizing 1A glory is on many minds.
Below are some newspapers who have shared and celebrated their hometown heroes in the hopes that they are successful at the 2018 nationals. They are all great reads particularly due to the fact that they speak of some fierce competitors who will be hard to beat on the track.
Have a look for yourself,
Jack Davis and Daniel Morris from Tamworth BMX Club are ready to go and the Northern Daily Leader are cheering them on all the way.
Levi Colling, Cooper Bromley, Jamie Mahuika, Austin McNair and Gian Renato from Shepparton BMX Club are ready to go in Bunbury this week, click HERE to see their local news report.
Mandurah BMX Club are backing their riders with President Michelle Newport thrilled that a large contingent have made the trip over. Read the full article HERE for more.
Over 1000 riders are battling it out at Bunbury this week and two of them are from the Sarina BMX Club in Queensland. Read more about Wilson Wray and Katie Van Zanden HERE from the Daily Mercury.
The Sunshine Coast Daily are excited to see Jasmine Standish from Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club continue her fantastic form when she takes on the rest of the best 10 years of age girls.
With a big day of racing today, we wish all riders and their parents the best of luck and hope that it is filled with happiness, excitement and safety. Good luck!