Americans earn 19 medals as BMX Worlds open on Tuesday


Americans earn 19 medals as BMX Worlds open on Tuesday
Rock Hill, SC (July 25, 2017) – American riders really took advantage of their home turf on Tuesday, earning 19 medals on opening day of the 2017 UCI BMX World Championships in Rock Hill, SC.
322 Americans raced on the Novant Health BMX Supercross Track as cruiser class competition took center stage on day one and culminated with the main events in 14 categories for men and women. In 12 of those groups, Team USA riders celebrated on the podium with six gold medals, six silver medals, and seven bronze medals. See below for a complete list of day 1 Team USA medalists.
Next on the agenda in Rock Hill are the 20” challenge class competitions. These will take place on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday when over 700 U.S. riders are set to compete. Racing will conclude on Saturday as the world’s best fight for rainbow jerseys in the Junior and Elite World Championships. Click here for Saturday’s Team USA roster.
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Congratulations Team USA medalists!
Dylan Wood – boys 13-14
Taylor Riedemann  - men 17-24
Jason Morris  - men 25-29
Chad Street  - men 40-44
Todd Parry  - men 50+
Olivia Armstrong  - women 17-29
Noah Miguel – boys 12 and under
Cameron Bramer – boys 15-16
Steven Lewis  - men 17-24
Adrian Sanders  - women 17-29
Courtney Tomei  - women 30-39
Luke Segal – men 40-44
Jayce Bartley – boys 12 and under
Jesse Welch  - men 17-24
Adam Treadwell  - men 35-39
Shawn Diprete – men 45-49
Jaycie Sinclair  - girls 16 and under
Mikaela Lixandru  - women 17-29
Rachel Blackwell – women 30-39

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