Twelve riders from across the south west have been chosen to take part in the prestigious South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) 2020-2021 BMX program. And 11 of them are from Macarthur.
Seven athletes will return for another year while five new athletes have joined the program under the watchful eye of head coach Cara Wilde.
Image: SWSAS BMX Manager Anne-Marie Moubarak shows athletes video feedback of their gate starts during the recent BMX squad session at the new Macarthur Track.
After what seemed like an eternity away from the dirt tracks of the BMX world, the South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) BMX squad athletes recently returned, to test ride Macart...
SWSAS BMX Athletes Mackenzie Hadley (close) and Destiny Brien (far), practicing gate starts and race simulations at Maitland BMX Track.
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