A showcase of Tassie talent on a wicked weekend of racing.
The Clash 4 Cash event concluded an action-packed 200-rider weekend at the Southern City BMX Club that also included the sixth stage of the 2019 BMXA BAD BOY National Series.
Riders from the Westside in WA to Townsville in North Queensland dropped in on the Hobart track and battled it out. For some, they left the Apple Isle finding the top of the podium not once, but twice in as many days.
Leading the charge was the 2018 national champion Brandon Te Hiko, who claimed the superclass in the national series and did so again in the Clash 4 Cash.
Improving on his Saturday performance was Eastfield’s Olympian Bodi Turner, who picked up second, while the two-time elite national champ Alex Cameron grabbed third.
The women’s superclass podium on Sunday differed from the day before as Annaliese Rokov from The Cove picked up first, while Lilydale’s Julie Urben Di Giaimo came second and Clarence Valley’s Tahlia Marsh finished third.
After picking up first on Saturday, Pine River’s Kiana Botfield couldn’t do it again on Sunday. Take a look at her winning performance from Saturday.
Other back-to-back winners were:
Kai McGregor: 8-boy’s (Clarence Valley BMX Club)
Kenzie Edwards: 8-girl’s (Penrith BMX Club)
Tahlia Broomhall: 9-girl’s (Wynyard Park BMX Club)
Cameron Gatt: 11-boy’s AND 8-12 junior cruiser (Geelong BMX Club)
Vada Botfield: 11-girl’s (Pine Rivers BMX Club)
Danielle Fleming: 13-girl’s (Penrith BMX Club)
Connor Fallon: 14-boy’s (Lilydale BMX Club)
Yasmin Ford: 14-girl’s (Jingili BMX Club)
Joel Marsh: 15-boy’s (Happy Valley BMX Club)
Nicola Fleming: 15-girl’s (Penrith BMX Club)
Zoe Cooper: 16-girl’s (Sydney BMX Club)
Joshua Jolly: 13-16 junior cruiser (Ballarat-Sebastopol CC BMX Club)
Reece Ellis: 25-29 men’s open wheel (Wynyard Park BMX Club)
Matthew French: 40-44 men’s open wheel (Wynyard Park BMX Club)
Stephen Slater: 45-49 men’s open wheel (Park Orchards BMX Club)
Brett Barnes: 50+ men’s open wheel (Hawkesbury Hornets BMX Club)