BMX racers win at Island nationals

Nanaimo BMX Association riders are among the fastest on the Island. The local club had a strong showing this past weekend at the American Bicycle Association's Vancouver Island Nationals in Victoria.

Nanaimo BMX Association riders are among the fastest on the Island. The local club had a strong showing this past weekend at the American Bicycle Association’s Vancouver Island Nationals in Victoria.

Results from the racing include:

9-10-year-old mixed – Jonathan Nantais, third.

Eight-year-old girls – Allison Churko, first, second.

Nine-year-old girls – Grace Bradley, second, first.

15-year-old girls – Taylor Kambeitz, third, third.

16-year-old girls – Michelle Berti, second, second.

11-year-old cruiser – Ayden Houle, third, second.

56-60 cruiser – Greg McGill, first, first.

Six-year-old novice – Loki Arsenault, third.

Seven-year-old expert – Patrick Green, first, third.

Eight-year-old intermediate – Kade Johnson, third, second.

Nine-year-old novice – Brayden Sirois, first; Riley Arsenault, second; Troy Jansen, third.

11-year-old expert – Benjamin Leslie, second.

12-year-old inter – Jack Bradley, third, third.

16-year-old expert – Mitchell Vipond, third.

19-27 expert – Brandon Little, third.

7-8-year-old mixed – Allison Churko, first.

11-12-year-old mixed – Jonathan Nantais, third.

16-year-old cruiser – Hunter McGill, third.

Seven-year-old novice – Hannah Green, second; Emma Erickson, third.

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