Just How High Can This Guy Fly


Olympic Gold Medalist Logan Martin added another international title to his impressive resume taking out the Oceania Cycling Confederation BMX Freestyle Championships in Beenleigh, Queensland.

The Gold Coast athlete defended the title he won in 2019 to stake his claim as the best in the business.

logan martin

It was also Brandon Loupos’ return to the competition scene after overcoming a knee injury which forced him out of the Tokyo Olympics in 2021.

Loupos would find himself on the podium with a silver while Jai Toohey made it a clean sweep for the Aussies with bronze.

Brandon Lupos

In the elite women, Sarah Nicki showed her talents and the future of the sport to claim a maiden Oceania title.

Anais Prince and Porsche Longbottom picked up the silver and bronze medals respectively.

Women Podium

There was also a participation category introduced for the first time which saw around 40 riders take to the bowl.

Junior Participant

You can find full results HERE

The event was part of the inaugural combined Oceania Championships in Brisbane, Queensland hosted by the Oceania Cycling Confederation, AusCycling, Tourism and Events Queensland and Brisbane Economic Development Agency from 19 March – April 10, 2022, as a part of the Brisbane Cycling Festival.

The 2022 Oceania BMX Freestyle Championships were possible thanks to the assistance of the Logan City Council.

Photo Credit: Get Snapt

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