National championship races
The 2022 National Championship races kicked off the weekend ahead of the national series action, with five riders taking home the coveted red, white, and blue jerseys.
Shriever claimed the Elite Women’s title, while Eddie Moore secured the Elite Men’s and Cameron Moore took the Under-23 Men’s titles. In the junior categories, Ashton Cooper won the men’s title and Emily Hutt was crowned the victor in the women’s. Round 7
Whyte put on a show in Saturday’s Round 7 with a typically confident performance, but was pushed hard by Eddie Moore, who finished in second place, followed by a well-deserved third place for Cal Strickland.
A dominant performance again from the Olympic and world champion Shriever saw her win four out of four races on Saturday, with Emily Hutt and Shani Harris-Sherwood battling it out all day long for the remaining spots on the podium, and in the end Hutt claimed second and Harris-Sherwood took third.
In the Junior Men’s category, it was Leon Parker-Livesey who got off to a flying start, but due to the windy conditions he was unable to jump the last pro jump, which gave George Hunt the chance to pass in the second berm and go on to take the win. Parker-Livesey just managed to sneak into second place ahead of Spencer Gibson in a tight finish. Round 8
In the Superclass category, Moore went one better than Saturday to take the top step of the podium, while Strickland also went one better to […]