Australia Cycling announces BMX Team

Team Australia has announced their official roster for the Tokyo Olympics! Oi Oi Oi!

BMX Freestyle

Natalya Diehm – Three-Time National Champion, Oceania Champion, and 2019 Vans BMX Pro Cup Champion.

 

BMX Racing

Saya Sakakibara – 2017 World Junior Silver Medalist, Current World 7, First time Olympian.
Lauren Reynolds – Two Time Olympian.

Officially selected for my 3rd Olympic Games, Tokyo 2020💚💛
This one tastes good. There is lots to say that come with this selection, but I’ll keep it short, A phone call 4 years ago, dropped from the national team, told NO and told Tokyo is not an option, and today being selected to Tokyo. 🍻 To the most important people behind me: @ryy_car Ryan my incredible loving, supporting and understand girlfriend, my rock 💕 @swilloughby91_ Sam willoughby my coach, not a chance I’d be here today without you, your patience and time knowledge is something I’ll never forget, i am in the best shape I’ve ever been in thanks to you. @alisepost11 my savage training partner who raises the bar everyday and brings the highest standard! Can call you a best friend 🙏🏻 @anthonydean44 one of my best friends and a brother to me, had my back through everything. @johnsawyerfl @ssquaredbicycles Thank you 👍🏻 Love you guys‼️🇦🇺🎌 – Lauren Reynolds

Caroline Buchanan who has represented Australia in 2012 and 2016, unfortunately, did not get selected to represent Australia for the Tokyo Olympics nor will be sent by Australia to represent at the BMX World Championships in Papendal – despite Australia having the quota to fill 4 more spots in Elite Women (as per Fifteen BMX).

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