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ANNUAL REPORT

2016


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OFFICE BEARERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Barry Knight Vice-President Dale Percy Financial Director Katrina Harnwell Director Graham King National Coaching Director Anita Wells National Officiating Director Andrew Mellish Executive Consultant Adriana Cecere ADMINISTRATION STAFF Events Coordinator James Natapong Media Manager David Lyall / Andrew Musgrove Membership Coordinator Daniel Spence HIGH PERFORMANCE High Performance Coach Development Academy Coach Development Academy Coach

Wade Bootes Luke Madill Sharon Willoughby

NATIONAL SELECTORS Abe Schneider John Leary TECHNICAL COMMITTEE Andy Mellish (Chair) Lyndon Downing Chris Houghton LIFE MEMBERS Graham Arnold Luke Madill Ross Fisher Abe Schneider Annie Haddon Ray Stanley Julie Hays Cheryl Vince* Carey Jennings Alan Youdell

*denotes deceased


CONTENTS PRESIDENT’S REPORT 6 VICE-PRESIDENT’S REPORT 9 FINANCE DIRECTOR’S REPORT 10 OFFICIATING DIRECTOR’S REPORT 11 COACHING DIRECTOR’S REPORT 13 EXECUTIVE CONSULTANT REPORT 19 HIGH PERFORMANCE UNIT REPORT 20 2016 LIVE STREAM NUMBERS 24 NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY REPORT 26 NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY REPORT 28 MEDIA REPORT 31 STATUS REPORT 33 MEMBERSHIP 34 BMX ACT STATE REPORT 2016 35 BMX NSW STATE REPORT 2016 36 BMX NORTHERN TERRITORY STATE REPORT 2016 37 BMX QLD STATE REPORT 2016 39 BMX SOUTH AUSTRALIA STATE REPORT 2016 41 BMX TASMANIA STATE REPORT 2016 43 BMX VICTORIA STATE REPORT 2016 44 BMX WESTERN AUSTRALIA STATE REPORT 2016 46 NATIONAL SERIES OVERALL RESULTS 48 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 50 UCI SUPERCROSS BMX WORLD CUP 56 UCI BMX WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 57 OLYMPICS 2016 66 FINANCIAL REPORT 67


ASC MESSAGE JOHN WYLIE The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) congratulates our National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) on their achievements this year. In particular, we congratulate all of our athletes who represented Australia in the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games. You did so with great distinction. The country is proud of your commitment and dedication, and the manner in which you conducted yourself throughout the campaigns. In the aftermath of the Games, the Board of the ASC has re-committed to the core principles of Australia’s Winning Edge, the ASC’s ten year plan for high performance sport introduced in 2012. The four key principles are: high aspirations for achievement; evidence-based funding decisions; sports owning their own high performance programs; and a strong emphasis on improved leadership and governance. We are confident these principles serve the long term interests of sporting sector. We will also use the experience of the last four years to seek to improve implementation of Winning Edge in ways that will benefit the sector. The ASC is equally committed to increasing community participation in sport, particularly amongst our children and youth. We have been pleased this year to see our flagship participation program Sporting Schools reach over 4,300 schools in partnership with NSOs. Innovations by the ASC this year included the release of our Integrity Guidelines for Directors and Leaders of Sporting Organisations, which provides directors with comprehensive and practical guidance for the first time on anti-doping, sport science and medicine, illicit drugs, match-fixing, child protection and member protection – vital issues for maintaining trust and respect in the sporting sector. We also staged our inaugural Athlete and Coaches Forum, giving Australia’s elite athletes and coaches the opportunity to share their experiences and enhance their leadership capabilities. And we were delighted to see fruits of our efforts to improve female opportunity in sports, with improved elite and participation opportunities in women’s sport, better media exposure, some outstanding new commercial deals, and an increase in female representation at NSO board level from 27 per cent to a 39 per cent across the top 23 NSOs.


Looking ahead, ASC priorities include: • further institutional and governance reform in sport, with an emphasis on increased national integration and alignment • • • •

increased funding for sport, including new non-government sources of funding further embedding sport in schools’ educational programs improved national coordination of sports infrastructure spending, and improved use of data and technology in sports.

Reforms like this are often hard to achieve but have profound long term benefits. The evermore competitive environment in world sport on display in Rio highlights the critical importance of further reform if Australia is to maintain its proud reputation and traditions as a sporting nation. The ASC thanks all of our sector partners for your effort and contribution to Australian sport. We look forward to continued success and progress together.

John Wylie AM, Chair Australian Sports Commission


PRESIDENT’S REPORT BARRY KNIGHT 2016 as a year has been somewhat of a challenging time, clearly up there in my entire tenure on the BMX Australia board as the President of our great organisation. For the BMX Australia board and staff this year has been just as hard and I would like to personally thank all parties for their hard work. The Australian Sports Commission again has supported BMX Australia and I believe their continued support needs to be applauded as this support gives the sport stability and direction to help in achieving its goals. I personally would like to thank the ASC staff for their support in the process of recruitment of staff and the appointment of the CEO Mr. Martin Shaw. The lead up to the National Championships saw us run another very successful National Sign on Day off the back of some great social media marketing (a change from our previous TV promotions). Needless to say, there is a lot of interest in our sport from the community. I would like to personally thank all the clubs, coaches and volunteers who were part of this wonderful initiative for our sport. I am pleased to report the current membership is above 19,500. Then we had the tragic news of the spinal injury of one of our members, Bruce Moore, during a practice session in Bathurst. BMXA have been in regular contact and offering support. More recently Sam Willoughby’s training accident in the USA has brought home just how close the BMX family is as a sport. The out flowing of support from our members here and around the world was heartening to see. We all wish Sam a speedy recovery. “BMX Australia keep busted Dean’s Rio dream on track”, this was the newspapers caption. When Anthony Dean crashed to the ground during a routine training session in Brisbane his dreams of competing in the BMX competition at the Rio Olympic Games flashed before his eyes. The world number seven broke his collarbone, bruised his ribs and gave himself a hell of a fright. Upon hearing of Anthony’s situation, the BMX Australia board then made the one-off decision to fund his surgery in Adelaide, keeping the popular rider’s Olympic dreams alive. AWE High Performance submission A set back from a completely different angle followed when I was notified that all of our hard work over the past few years to become a single national sporting entity from mini-wheelers to Olympics had been halted with the news that our submission to manage the BMX HPP had been declined by the Australian Sports Commission. Since the London Olympics I have watched our elite athletes being managed by another sport, the coach employed by another sport and our input into the program removed piece by piece. At the same time the BMXA Board have worked tirelessly to grow and restructure the organisation into an NSO with the capacity and capability to manage a high performance unit. This was clearly articulated in the independent report commissioned by AIS and jointly funded by AIS and BMXA, this study was to access the capability of the sport to manage its own HPP. You may ask how does this affects you. Well it does in many ways. The HP needs grass roots to provide athletes with the development pathway, this also is the main attribute for potential sponsors to have access to the ‘face’ of our sport, and for BMXA as a whole sport to obtain the correct level of participation funding.

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Massive positive New Scholarships for Athletes in 2016 The Rio Olympics might be the focus of 2016, but we at BMXA are looking further with a view towards Tokyo 2020. A trio of future female Australian BMX stars have been awarded the first ever “Presidents Encouragement Scholarship” for the BMXA academy. These scholarships came about following the announcement of the inaugural BMX Australia Development Academy and is a further extension of the development our athletes and providing them the opportunity to attend as many race meetings as possible to achieve their goals. This is an encouragement award and all three of these athletes have the right attitude and the will to achieve. The board and myself are proactive towards developing women in sport.

The National Championships were the next item on the calendar, and despite some issues, there were also some truly shining moments. For the Bathurst Council to prepare a track for the National Championships at a venue that didn’t exist before Christmas was an incredible feat and a testimony to the hard work of many people both behind the scenes and at the coalface. As stated previously as President I am not generally involved in the running of an event (I leave that to the professionals!) however I have said it before and I say it again that participation is the most important part of BMX and I am committed to continuing to provide a premium event platform for this to continue. The BMXA board whole-heartedly support these dedicated officials and the difficult decisions they are charged with making. Now hopefully all has been all addressed in the independent report commissioned by the board. Reedy Creek, Centre of Excellence I am pleased to report there has been significant progress with this project and now it will go ahead with the support of the Gold Coast Council. The full Gold Coast Council voted to approve the Reedy Creek project. Not only with this great piece of land, the Council will also invest 3.6 million dollars partnering with BMXA’s one Million contribution to deliver this great initiative. The centre of Excellence will deliver many benefits and opportunities in the development of the sport well beyond 2025. One opportunity that comes to mind is with Bond University and from my own observations, universities and BMX go hand in hand. These avenues need to be thoroughly explored so as to give BMX an edge to keep its development strong against the rest of the sporting landscape.

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Rebranding of BMXA along with other initiatives to be rolled out With the sport clearly treading its own path it’s timely for BMXA to rebrand. The engagement of the BMX community in this process has been delivered by a competition run through our web-site and this was extremely well supported and I am pleased to advise we had three worthy winners and the next steps are well underway. Good Governance project initiative BMX Australia embarked on delivering a Good Governance Project this year with the backing of the Australian Sports Commission. BMXA engaged the CPR group for the training of staff and delivery of the face to face seminars. The feedback received along with the large attendance of clubs and states to the seminars gives weight to the success of this initiative. Marketing of the sport Growth is a key area for us and after a number of years of doing our best to market our sport in house we have decided to engage the Esquire Collective who have undertaken a review of the marketability of the sport. Now with this report being excepted by the board the Esquire Collective have been engaged as what would be described as the Commercial arm of BMX Australia. Worlds 2016 When competition commenced in Medellin, Colombia we had over 100 athletes entered, an outstanding representation from Australia. It was a significant task for the BMX Australia staff to help organise the trip to worlds - South America is quite different to holding a world championships in Europe! There were a few other challenges in place at these championships, such as having two different tracks for elite and challenge riders. In order to best accommodate for this we had an extra assistant team manager at the worlds this year to help with logistics and ensure that we looked after our riders as best as possible. The Grands Assault planning is well underway and providing the ultimate prize for competitors with victor’s in each of the rounds receiving a prize, while the overall winners of the series will receive a paid for trip, including entry into the Grand Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA that are held each year. The series replaces the Grands Challenge, which in recent years has been run over one competition day during the BMX Australia National Championships. There will also see a change in the way the current BMX Australia National Series is conducted. In recent years the National Series has seen hosted by clubs which hold back-to-back rounds of Probikx and Champbikx competition on consecutive days. With the changes proposed by the board, that series will now only take place on the opening day of a race weekend, with the Grands Assault making up day two of the on track action. While the National Series will still count towards UCI points, the Grands Assault will run as an independent domestic series. It is the ability of the Grands Assault to include extra rounds so as this will be a true national series. Olympics This wasn’t the results anyone was expecting, it’s challenging for BMX Australia as we currently have little to no input into our HP Program. I sincerely hope BMX Australia will be engaged in any review process conducted, only time will tell. The Future BMX Australia is in a strong position and the business model is supplying a healthy financial base. The building of the multimillion dollar Centre of Excellence on the Gold Coast will give a home to the sport and provide administration all under the one roof that sees the sport in good stead for the future. Yours in the sport of BMX

Barry Knight President, BMX Australia

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VICE-PRESIDENT REPORT DALE PERCY Throughout 2016, the Vice President role has been focused on supporting BMX Australia Board and staff during a period of change. As a result, there are exciting plans in place for both the 2017 National Series and Australian Championships. In addition, the strategic projects that are already in progress (Ready Creek facility as an example), the Vice President portfolio will continue to support the BMXA Board and staff, while working with key business partners to ensure the vision and growth for BMX is sustainable. As we sit for the annual AGM, with positions up for election, regardless of the outcome, I would like to personally thank the current board members for their commitment to BMX. I look forward to 2017. Regards Dale Percy Vice President, BMX Australia

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FINANCE DIRECTOR’S REPORT Katrina Harnwell 2016 has been a busy and challenging year. As an Olympic year it meant renewed focus on our athletes and pathways and compressed event timelines for our National Series. BMX Events It was fantastic to attend the Nationals at Bathurst in perfect weather and see the new track at Bathurst. Once again this was a world-class event and I am encouraged that BMX is working towards improving the event in the future after the post event review taking into account several parties comments and suggestions. Big congratulations to all involved in this event whether competing or organising. This event along with the scheduled BMX events held during the financial year helped achieve an increase in revenue and an increase in the financial strength of the organisation. Held after the end of the financial year the Olympics were a fantastic event to watch and our athletes were unlucky in the results. All our athletes were amazing in competition with the eyes of the world on them. They were able ambassadors to the sport. BMX Australia BMX Australia 2016 result has delivered a solid result. This is as a result of the continued hard work of all involved in BMX Australia. Our financial position from both a balance sheet and profit and loss perspective has continued to improve. Our staff has been bolstered by the introduction of our CEO in July but have worked tirelessly without Martin during the year to achieve their goals. There have been a number of strategic plans worked on during the year which required funding including our Centre of Excellence at Reedy Creek and our brand and marketing strategy. From a financial perspective there have been some changes which will continue into 2017 around reviewing financial processes and looking at setting up a charitable fund. There are also some opportunities which will arise out of marketing review which will hopefully raise the profile of BMX both in brand and financial. The ASC is continually requiring improvements in the financial and budget processes and these will continue to be our focus. The Board continues to consider the strategic objectives of the organisation and has made considerable progress in moving the organisation forward on a number of these. These will result in diversity in our revenue streams which is key to expanding the business and increasing revenue. This increased financial stability will help the organisation to focus on its strategy and allows flexibility in its plans. There are still a number of initiatives that the Board is working on to encourage better engagement with our membership. I have enjoyed working with the Board this year and look forward to continuing to provide value in the coming year. It is a fantastic time to be involved in BMX and I am proud of the work the Board has been involved in and progressed during the year. Katrina Harnwell Finance Director, BMX Australia

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OFFICIATING DIRECTORS REPORT ANDY MELLISH First I would like to say thank you to all of the volunteers, from club level right through to national level, who gave their time to be an official this year. As you all know, without these official’s we could not hold BMX events. This year the National Championships were held at the new Bathurst BMX club; a great venue, but the downhill layout makes for a particularly demanding venue for officials. It was sad to hear that parents of riders abused officials at this event when things did not go right for them. I hope we do not lose these officials from our sport. The National Technical Committee has been working on changes to the Australian rule book. And the re-accreditation of the level 2 and 3 officiating course for the Australian Sport Commission; both courses need to be re-accredited for 2017. A reminder to all States, if you have a request to change items in the BMXA rule book, the State must forward the request in writing to the office of BMX Australia, who will forward it on to the National Technical Committee for review. I have been working with volunteers to create job descriptions for positions held by officials on the BMX track and hope to have these finalise and approved in the next few months. Total Officials

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STATES

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

ACT NSW NT QLD SA TAS VIC WA TOTAL

39 363 69 784 131 37 239 293 1,955

5 82 17 124 45 25 49 45 392

5 8 3 32 6 2 11 8 75

PENDING OFFICIALS 0 3 2 16 1 2 2 2 28

MALE

FEMALE

GRAND TOTAL

31 274 51 538 123 39 212 228 1,496

18 182 40 418 60 27 89 120 954

49 456 91 956 183 66 301 348 2,450


Invalid Officials

STATES ACT NSW NT QLD SA TAS VIC WA

LEVEL 1 10 94 20 219 54 9 67 77

LEVEL 2 0 12 4 12 9 6 8 11

LEVEL 3 0 2 1 2 0 0 3 1

Invalid Officials are officials, who have not renewed their membership or not completed the required documents for re-accreditation. Pending Officials are officials who BMXA still require documents from them. Andy Mellish National Officiating Director, BMX Australia

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COACHING DIRECTORS REPORT ANITA WELLS 2016 has been a rather busy and productive year across all aspects of the coaching portfolio, achieving a number of strategic planning targets in the area of Performance. The BMX Australia National Development Academy (the Academy) has accumulated many achievements in a condensed Olympic year and things have progressed in the area of athlete pathways and coach education. Many new ideas have been coming out of the AIS Winning Pathways workshops & much of the research and workshops being undertaken this year will set the foundations for new initiatives to be rolled out in 2017. BMX Australia National Development Academy In 2016 we refined the internal structure of the Academy to better relate it to the riders and the BMXA National Athlete Pathway. The T2 and T3 tiers became known as the Talented Athlete Program (TAP) and the T4 tier was split into the Emerging Performance Program (EPP) and International Development Program (IDP) to reflect the Emerging and Developing AIS categorized athletes that this tier supports. The Academy handbook was updated to reflect this also. This enables both our members and stakeholders to identify where athletes are in the pathway. Being a condensed year due to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, the Academy looked at different ways to support riders in preparation for events including aligning camps with the BMXA National Series, organizing a camp at the AIS headquarters and accessing AIS online learning portals as well as an international development camp in Manchester, UK. TAP riders started the year off with a recovery & testing camp on the Gold Coast QLD following the first 2 rounds of the National Series and all Academy riders utilized the new Bathurst facility in NSW to prepare for rounds 3 & 4 of the National Series in Cairns. Junior and Elite Academy riders attending the 2016 UCI Oceana Continental Championships in New Zealand prepared for the SX event at the Sleeman Sports Complex in Chandler QLD resulting in the Academy riders bringing home 5 podium medals. It was clear to see that aligning the preparation camps with the National Series benefited Academy athletes as they dominated the BMXA 2016 National Series, heavily featuring in the finals of each round as well as the overall series rankings, where Academy riders took out first place in 6 of the 10 classes.

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PODIUM RESULTS 2016 BMXA NATIONAL SERIES (overall series ranking)

PROBIKX

GOLD

SILVER

BRONZE

Elite Men

Joshua Callan VIC

Matthew Juster NT

Corey Frieswyk QLD

Elite Women

Leanna Curtis NSW

Melinda McLeod QLD

Junior Elite Men

Andrew Hughes NSW

Jye Hombsch QLD

Junior Elite Women

Saya Sakakibara NSW

Sara Jones QLD

CHAMPBIKX

16 Year Boys

Nathaniel Rodway NSW

16 Year Girls 15 Year Boys 15 Year Girls

Shelby Green QLD

Mikayla Rose ACT

Cooper Tye SA

Lorsyn Affoo QLD

14 Year Boys

Oliver Moran NSW

BMX Australia 2016 National Championships, Bathurst NSW Highlights of the 2016 BMXA National Championships for the Academy include 88% of Academy athletes competing in the event (injury or school being the reasons for those not competing); 87% of Academy athletes making the finals and 37.5% achieving a podium result. Congratulations to the following BMXA ACADEMY NATIONAL CHAMPIONS FOR 2016: SHELBY GREEN 16 Year Girls QLD

NATHANIEL RODWAY 6 Year Boys NSW

SAYA SAKAKIBARA Jnr Elite Women NSW

ANDY HUGHES Jnr Elite Men NSW

LEANNA CURTIS Elite Women NSW

UCI 2016 BMX World Championships, Medellin Columbia The TAP riders were treated to exposure to the ultimate high performance environment with their stay at the AIS headquarters in Canberra in the lead up to the 2016 UCI BMX World Championships. This camp also incorporated competition at the ACT BMX State Titles. Feedback from the camp was this was one of the most exciting and successful camps to date. The EPP and IDP riders were spread out around the world following competition in the UCI SX World Cup events with some staying on in Europe to travel directly to the World Championships in Columbia. Pre-Worlds preparation was delivered to them in a collaboration with the AIS Personal Excellence Department to trial delivery of an online pre-event education module that included information on Columbia (climate, language etc), information on how to manage jetlag, event schedules and

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preparatory training programs etc. This was provided at no cost to BMXA as it is part of the benefits provided to AIS categorised athletes. Results for BMXA Academy athletes - 2016 UCI BMX World Championships

NAME Lorsyn Affoo

QLD

CLASS 15 year girls

RESULT Silver W2 Final

Felicia Thomas

ACT

15 year girls

Semifinalist

Declan Jeahne

NSW

15 year boys

Quarterfinalist

Shelby Green

QLD

16 year girls

Quarterfinalist

Nathaniel Rodway

NSW

16 year boys

Bronze W3 Final

Saya Sakakibara

NSW

Junior Elite Women

DNS. Injured.

Jye Hombsch

QLD

Junior Elite Men

W6 Final & W8 Time Trial (TT)

Andrew Hughes

NSW

Junior Elite Men

Semifinalist & Silver W2 TT

Joshua Boyton

QLD

Junior Elite Men

Semifinalist & W5 TT

Matthew White

VIC

Junior Elite Men

Quarterfinalist & 12th TT

Melinda McLeod

QLD

Senior Elite Women

W8 Final & 15th TT

Kirsten Dellar

WA

Senior Elite Women

Semifinalist & 20th TT

Leanna Curtis

NSW

Senior Elite Women

Quarterfinalist & 21st TT

Rachel Jones

NSW

Senior Elite Women

DNS. Injured.

Matthew Juster

NT

Senior Elite Men

Quarterfinalist & 22nd TT

Senior Elite Men

1/8ths & 46th TT

Corey Frieswyk QLD Tristyn Kronk

QLD

Senior Elite Men

1/8ths & 54th TT

Joshua Callan

VIC

Senior Elite Men

Kai Sakakibara

NSW

Senior Elite Men

1/8ths & 58th TT Moto & 57th TT (*injured in practice)

UCI SX BMX 2016 World Cup Series

In 2016 the board of BMX Australia committed to supporting international development opportunities for riders in T4 (Breakthrough and Reward) by providing BMXA subsidised event support packages for T4 Academy riders to selected rounds of the 2016 UCI SX World Cup Series and including coach support. In addition to this, BMX Australia delivered its first international training camp in Manchester, United Kingdom, in between the first two UCI SX World Cup rounds of the season, which saw a demonstrated improvement in results between the two rounds. The provision of the camp was made possible through funding received from the AIS for developing AWE categorized athletes. The final two rounds of the World Cup series were held in the USA in Rock Hill, SC (venue for the 2017 World Championships) and Sarasota, FL. Being held after the Olympics gave the junior Academy athletes the opportunity to shine with the absence of the Australian HP BMX Olympic athletes. It also provided an opportunity to evaluate the program and the outcomes of the training provided by the Academy.

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This was proven with Saya Sakakibara achieving a podium result in her international Supercross debut in the penultimate round and achieving 13th place overall in the series ranking. The Academy supports AIS AWE Emerging and Developing categorised athletes within T4 of the pathway. As a part of this BMXA is required to nominate riders through a strict process twice a year against the BMX Australia AWE selection guidelines. In 2016 nine riders met the criteria for Emerging and eight for Developing with HPU awarding two Developing riders with dAIS funding grants (tier 6). Categorised athletes also have access to the AIS Personal Excellence team who assist in coordinating access to support services. Two Academy riders, Matthew Juster (NT) and Melinda McLeod (QLD) achieved selection as the official reserves for the 2016 Rio Olympic BMX Team. Congratulations to both riders on this outstanding achievement. Coach Education Courses & Conferences This year’s National Coaching Conference was successfully received with a focus on ‘Coach to Coach’ discussions sharing knowledge around state team structures and the entry to the Academy. This year it was delivered by National Academy Coach Luke Madill with guest presentation by Josh Callan, Victorian State Coach.

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Presenter Assessor and Coaching Courses BMXA has worked with our external contractor to look at ways of overhauling the current coaching course and presenter/assessor structure. A workshop was conducted with state representatives at the BMX Australia midyear conference to collect ideas and feedback in consultation with the states around the best ways moving forward to streamline course content and develop a clear and transparent coaching pathway with opportunities to advance and upskill. Current Accredited Coaches In the past 12 months BMX Australia has experienced a decrease in overall coaching numbers of <12%. However valid coaching numbers have remained relatively stable and the decrease has been attributed to the removal of coaches who are no longer actively coaching. Coaches (overall) <12 Valid <1% Invalid <22% Beginner Coach (comprising 72% of the total number of coaches) & Level 1 (36%) numbers have both continued to steadily increase since September 2015.

BMXA coaching numbers comprise of 565 males and 167 females.

BREAKDOWNS PER STATE:

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National Coaching Awards Congratulations to Dee Hanby and Vernon Dries both from QLD for being awarded Female and Male Coach of the year awards respectively at the 2016 BMX Australia Awards Night held during the 2016 BMXA National Championships BMX Australia National Athlete Pathway Framework (NAPF) All National Sporting Organisations (NSO’s) are required to develop a NAPF specific to their sport/s. The development of BMX Australia’s NAPF is tracking well and will cover all aspects of BMX racing and freestyle in more detail than the FTEM. FTEM National Pathway The BMXA FTEM pathway has been progressing well and is always developing. In December 2016 I was asked to present at an AIS Winning Pathways workshop in Canberra and discuss how BMXA has developed a coffee table handbook that focuses on the ‘Talent’ stages and phases of the pathway and is developed for a target group of riders, coaches and parents who make up this section of the pathway within the Academy. I also attended the AIS Winning Ways workshop in May at the AIS where NSO representatives had the opportunity to network with each other, AIS staff, State Institute of Sport and State Sport and Recreation bodies and share presentations on what is happening within the sector. Some exciting initiatives are in development and it was great to see state funding bodies being represented. State Pathways In South Australia, the Dept of Sport & Recreation now require all State Sporting Organisations (SSO’s) to have a state FTEM pathway endorsed by their NSO. I am pleased to say that South Australia BMX has received NSO endorsement of their state FTEM pathway documentation detailing the state level programs and events within South Australia. BMXA has developed a resource tool for all states to assist them to align their state programs and events with the national pathway. Having an NSO endorsed pathway will enable states not only to enrich their relationships with their sport and recreation departments but also open up access to further resources being developed by BMXA to support states who are aligning with the national pathway. Yours in BMX

Anita Wells National Coaching Director, BMX Australia

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EXECUTIVE CONSULTANT REPORT ADRIANA CECERE It gives me a great amount of pleasure to be writing this report as the BMX Australia Consultant, for the year ending 2016. Over the past year I have seen a tremendous amount of positive growth and development at BMX Australia driven by the Board, supported by the Office Staff and positive organisational change based on recommendations made from Consulting Australia. The primary focus was to review, recommend and roll out a new organisational structure to align the BMX Australia organisation to compliment growth and forecasted growth consistent with the 2020 vision, strategic direction and BMX Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s objectives to support the BMX Australia Family. I am pleased that we have achieved the majority of these objectives. All the changes that have been made were with the BMX Australia Family Values at top of mind, and to better service members and further strengthen stakeholder management. Much of the core recommendations based on the initial scope were made by Consulting Australia early on ready to hand over the reigns to the new Chief Executive Officer. Changes in directors and delays in the recruitment of the new Chief Executive Officer, which were out of our control shifted our focus to an unexpected new and next phase. After reaching out to the market to find the best suited person to fill the Chief Executive Officer position, and with anticipation of the appointment of the Chief Executive Officer, I continued to work along side Barry Knight, the President of BMX Australia to support and guide the Office Team in a senior leadership capacity. I would like to commend the Office Team and Board for their great work in continued support, commitment and passion to serve members at a high level over this period. We welcomed and appointed Martin Shaw as the new Chief Executive Officer for BMX Australia on Monday the 11th July 2016. At the time of writing this report, we have reached the 25th October 2016, and I have had the pleasure to work with and have gotten to know Martin whilst finalising the Annual Financial Audit for BMX Australia and BMX Events. Over the past 15 weeks I have seen Martin settle, expand and develop a great team and made further improvements to support and align BMX Australia with its strategic plan and most importantly support the members and the BMX Australia Family. Martin will do a great job at further developing this great sport and be a great leader for the entire BMX Australia Family. I would like to thank all for their support in this fabulous journey, and look forward to supporting BMX Australia in any areas they may need my skills in the future. It has sincerely been a true pleasure to work with all the associated consultants, contractors, States, Australian Sports Commission, in particular Merrilee Barnes, BMX Australia Office Staff, the Board, and lastly Barry Knight the President of BMX Australia. Over the past ten years Barry has been the President, in this capacity, with his direction and leadership to the Board and greater BMX Australia Family has done an outstanding job to help develop BMX into the amazing sport it is today. Kind Regards, Consulting Australia Pty Ltd. Adriana Cecere.

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HIGH PERFORMANCE UNIT REPORT WADE BOOTES As the 2016 season and a 4 year cycle comes to a close, I am proud to report that the HPU riders continued to demonstrate as a Nation, that we are highly competitive against the World’s best riders. We followed through with our vision of being the dominant Nation in the World for Elite BMX SX racing. Between Sam Willoughby and Anthony Dean, our Men’s Olympic team demonstrated such domination during their Olympic qualifying rounds. The South Australian duo won 11 out of 13 races on the biggest stage for BMX going into the final main event seeded as number 1 and 2. Although medals were the primary target, we must recognise the high performance of our team with 4 riders posting top 10 results at the 2016 Olympic Games. As a Nation we must be proud of our Olympic Team athletes’ efforts - they are all champions in my eyes.

Name Caroline Buchanan Sam Willoughby Lauren Reynolds Bodi Turner Anthony Dean

TT Qualifying 2nd 3rd 10th 13th 20th

Name Sam Willoughby Anthony Dean Caroline Buchanan Lauren Reynolds Bodi Turner

Race results 6th 8th 9th 10th 20th

During stage 2 of the 4 year HPP Performance plan, the objectives were to qualify our Nation for

the Olympic Games while at the same time target World Cup, World Championship and Olympic podium results. The Program therefore provided positive influences towards meeting these objectives. Our preparation and collaboration as a team towards ‘goal harmony’ was sensational. As we race for glory, we all know there is no guarantee, but there is no doubting our intent and effort. Shock and heartbreak overwhelmed our team at the closing of competition in Rio as both Australian women missed out on the final - Caroline by a 3 way tie for 3rd place. For our deserving men, medals slipped away also.

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Following athlete feedback at the Rio Test Event October 2015, significant track changes were made and an additional official Nations practice on the amended Olympic Track announced with late notice. It was deemed critical that our Olympic BMX shadow squad athletes and key staff be in attendance. With three World Cups and a World Championships across South America and Europe, riders faced extreme challenges of international travel during an Olympic year and had to make some difficult decisions with regards to additional travel and competition. It was unfortunate the Olympic Team athletes were not able to compete at the 2016 National Championships, however the late announcement of Rio track access was out of our control and the athletes made decisions supporting their Olympic ambitions. The ongoing collaboration, networking and pooling of resources between international programs has continued to be beneficial. HP athletes from different Nations have been able to train together thereby creating a competitive high performance environment that all elite coaches strive for. With greater maturity within our Team, the focus on life balance has increased through the Olympic cycle. With these factors is in mind, the best environment to prepare prior to the Olympics was Chula Vista (CA), USA. Staging there prior to the Olympics and on three separate occasions earlier in the year allowed for greater engagement between key HP program staff and athletes as it is typically infrequent that we are altogether in the same location outside of competition.

2016 BMX AUSTRALIA HPU World Championship Team Caroline Buchanan, Melinda McLeod, Lauren Reynolds, Bodi Turner, Sam Willoughby, Paul Brosnan, Anthony Dean, Wade Bootes, Dave Hayes, Eric Haakonssen, Daniel Orellano.

All 6 HP World Champion Team members achieved top 16 results in the World Championships for Elite Male and Female categories. This included 3 medals with a Gold and Silver medal going to Caroline Buchanan and Silver medal to Sam Willoughby. An unlucky Anthony Dean unclipped in the semi-final. Sam was leading his semi-final but drifted wide in the first corner while Lauren crashed from qualifying position in her semi-final. Despite these events, it is clear from the timing data that our riders were going fast enough to be in medal contention and despite highlighting some areas to address, provided confidence ahead of the Olympics. In the Super final TT we had 5 athletes qualifying through to the top 16 with Caroline winning, Sam placing 2nd, Lauren 5th, Anthony 8th, Melinda 14th, and Bodi Turner 55th due to unclipping in the first qualifying run.

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Name Caroline Buchanan Sam Willoughby Lauren Reynolds Anthony Dean Melinda McLeod Bodi Turner

TT results 1st 2nd 5th 8th 14th th 55 (unclipped)

Name Caroline Buchanan Melinda McLeod Sam Willoughby Bodi Turner Anthony Dean Lauren Reynolds

Race results 2nd 8th 11th 13th th 14 (unclipped semi) 16th (crashed semi)

World Championship Results: Mention must also be made to recognise the outstanding performances by the Junior Elite athletes not under the HP banner. Andrew Hughes placed 2nd in the Time Trial (TT) with Josh Boyton and Jye Hombsch finishing 5th and 8th respectively. Jye also placed 6th in racing. 2017 BMX HP PROGRAM INTERNATIONAL RACE SCHEDULE: The Bench Mark Event (BME) in 2017 will be the World Championships in Rock Hill, SC USA. 2017 will again challenge the BMXA HP Program with the new UCI race format, qualification process and points structure used to qualify our Nation. With support from the ASC, AIS and CA, the BMXA HPP are currently working on creating a program that can take advantage of all opportunities to best support each HP athlete worldwide to achieve our objectives. Below are the key international events for 2017.

Event

Date

Location

Continental Championships

Mar 4th

Australia

SX World Cup 1 & 2

May 6-7th

Holland

SX World Cup 3 & 4

May 13-14th

Belgium

SX World Championships

July 29th

USA

SX World Cup 5 & 6

Sept 16-17th

Argentina

Nation’s ranking/positions for 2017 World Championships: As of October 27th, Australia has qualified 11 senior elite athletes (including 1 automatic) to compete at the 2017 World Championships in USA. Junior U19 categories have 6 male and 5 female athletes qualified. I am proud of the effort from all the HPU staff and athletes involved in the 2016 season. It is not just one athlete or staff member that makes this possible. Together as a team, we have achieved amazing results during the last 4 year cycle and we strive to rebuild again ahead of 2020. We continue to explore opportunities and to refine the support structure for current and future HP athletes to assist them in achieving personal best performances. This is achieved through individualised athlete performance plans, and by maximising use of our High Performance environment at the AIS Pizzey Park facility on the Gold Coast, as well as our extended National support network. In closing I must acknowledge the recent incident to one of the country’s and the sport’s most outstanding athletes of all time, Sam Willoughby. I would like to highlight the immediate and ongoing high level of support provided from the High Performance Unit, AIS and the active personnel involved in ensuring Sam has been provided access to the best medial services and

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facilities in the USA to assist rehabilitation and recovery. On behalf of the HPP I wish Sam, Alise and his family all the very best of wishes, and strength for them to continue to fight during this challenging time. www.Strengthfor91.com Thank you for your continued support of the High Performance Program. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or require more detailed information on our activities and responsibilities during this period. Wade Bootes National BMX Head Coach - HPU

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2016 LIVE STREAM NUMBERS Throughout this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s BMX National Series and BMX National Championships, BMX Australia has been proud to live stream all the action to the entire BMX family in Australia and throughout the world. The success of the free live stream service has been incredible, with the numbers continuing to increase and be streamed by a wide range of countries. The information on the next two pages provides an outline of the live streaming of BMX events and the sharing of BMX racing with the entire BMX community both in Australia and throughout the world.

BMX National Championships

102421 TotalViews

29 52,404 Total Countries Total Sessions

6hr 52mins Avg Session Time

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BMX National Series

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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY REPORT EMERGING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM & INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE PROGRAM LUKE MADILL 2016 has been a massive year for the Emerging and Developing Academy riders. With all the focus on the 2016 Olympic Games, the rider performance plans were based around key events needed for selection onto the Australian Olympic Team. The year started promptly with the National Series, Oceania Championships and Australian Championships. The Academy riders competed in all 7 national series rounds, showing a strong dominance at each event. Support for riders at all National rounds consisted of Individual rider feedback, pit tent, water/ nutrition and data recording. With the National series being so tight this year, the Academy camps had to be held between events to save travel, time and expenses. Two camps were held, one in Bathurst as part of the NSW Open. This allowed the riders more time on the newly formed Bathurst track. The second camp was between the Cairns National round and UCI Oceania event in New Zealand. This camp was to allow riders access and testing on a Super Cross Hill, as riders outside of QLD are limited to the time they have on an 8M hill. The riders also collect valuable data to meet the AWE criteria which goes towards keeping them in the positon of Emerging and Developing categorised athletes. International events were strongly supported this year by the Academy riders with World and Olympic selections at stake. International events support by the Academy riders: Oceania Continental Championships - New Zealand. (15 Academy riders attending) World Cups â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Argentina, Manchester, Papendal. (10 Academy riders attending) World Championships â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Columbia. (14 Academy riders qualifying) An international camp was held between Argentina and Manchester to give our riders the extra support and experience needed for the international stage. The final 2 World Cup rounds were held in Rock Hill and Sarasota U.S.A. These rounds had the largest attendance of the Academy riders with 10 in total at both events. This was the first World Cup for 3 of our Academy riders and a great experience with the events slightly smaller in numbers, as riders took time off after the Olympics.

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All Academy riders qualified out of the first day at both events, which again was a first. The Standouts were Saya Sakakibara with a 2nd place finish at her first SX race and Leanna Curtis with 6th place in Rock Hill. Leanna finished the SX series 11th overall and Saya 13th. The male riders saw Kai Sakakibara and Tristyn Kronk the most consistent making both quarter finals and finishing a respectful 41st and 44th in the series. Supporting the Academy riders at the World Cup rounds has shown a growth in confidence, result and attendance to these events. The other Nations have personally acknowledged the support BMX Australia is giving to develop our Academy riders and watching us closely. Emerging and Developing BMXA Academy riders for 2016 Elite Men - Kai Sakakibara, Corey Frieswyk, Josh Callan, Matthew Juster, Tristyn Kronk, Shane Rosa, Brandon Te Hiko, Brad Game Elite Women – Melinda Mcleod, Rachel Jones, Leanna Curtis, Kirsten Dellar, Rachelle Smith Jnr Men – Jye Hombsch, Andrew Hughes Jnr Women – Saya Sakakibara

Luke Madill National Development Academy Coach, BMX Australia

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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY REPORT TALENTED ATHLETE PROGRAM SHARON WILLOUGHBY This year’s group of Academy riders was the largest we have had so far with ten riders who had not previously experienced the Academy program and eleven riders who had participated in the Academy for one or more years. Throughout the year Academy riders participated in their first camp at Runaway bay where they were tested on the watt bike, vertical jump, flexibility, core strength and speed. This camp enabled riders an introduction to their roles and expectations of the Academy as well as participate in developing and applying their skills and knowledge of nutrition, independence, organisation and responsibility. All of these skills are vitally important to master as they progress through the pathway. The second camp at Bathurst enabled the rider’s time to practice the track in readiness for round 7 and the upcoming National event. Riders met at Sydney airport and travelled by bus to Bathurst. Vernon Dries and Tess Anderson attended this camp to develop their skills and support the Academy riders. The Bathurst Camp not only developed skills on the track, it also provided opportunity to develop independence , organisation and responsibility as the riders worked in groups to plan, shop and prepare meals for the group as well as ensure they adhered to the schedule ensuring they were organised with their gear and punctual. The Pre World’s camp was held at the AIS in Canberra for those Academy riders who were competing at the World Titles in Medellin, Colombia. The aim of the camp was to prepare the riders for the travel, culture and competition by providing them with a schedule that reflected the World’s schedule. The riders flew into Canberra from their home state and stayed in motel like accommodation at the AIS. Information sessions were presented to the riders covering Nutrition when travelling and competing with acknowledgement and awareness of South American culture. Self-massage to ensure the riders were taking responsibility to care for themselves before, during and after competition as well as during long flights. Recovery after long flights and after racing using the AIS recovery centre. Media information and practise in the area of interviews and being filmed. This was discussed, rehearsed and put into practice at an interview by the AIS media group interviewing several riders at the track. This was shared with BMX Australia and used on the AIS Facebook site Racing at the ACT State Title event where riders were instructed to compete in the Pro Ladies and Pro Men race event on Saturday to prepare them to race out of their comfort zone with riders who would provide deep competition. A race plan and goals were set prior to this event and reviewed after the event to see if they were achieved and to analyse the reasons for them being achieved or not being achieved. The riders were realistic and the goals that were set were reached. Life as a high performance athlete provided an opportunity for the Academy riders to meet a high performance athlete and her story of the journey she has endured over her career. Her highs, lows, sacrifices, dreams, challenges, experiences, support and pathway was shared and an opportunity for questions was provided as well. The camp was summarised with a session discussing raining and preparation which allowed the riders to reflect over their journey so far, look at the opportunity they are about to embark on and set goals and direction for their journey upon their return form the Worlds.

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The feedback from this camp was extremely positive; many stating it was the best camp they have been on. BMX Australia National Championships at Bathurst, NSW It was pleasing to see that 88% of Academy riders competed in the Australian National Titles: • 87% finalists • 75% Australia plates Top 8 • 37.5% Podium 100% of all Academy riders who competed in the World Championships progressed through to the finals with: • 43% quarter finalists • 28.5% semi finalists • 28.5% Podium World plates July National Performance Standards Camp – Sleeman

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State

Riders attended

ACT

2 male 1 female

NSW

2 male 3 female

NT

1 male

QLD SA

7 male 4 female 1 male

VIC

1 male 1 female

WA

4 male 2 female


Rider Phoebe Wallen Oliver Moran Kirk Cleaven Cooper Tye Declan Jaehne Lorsyn Affoo Ashlee Miller Felicia Thomas Nathaniel Rodway Izaac Kennedy Shelby Green Mikayla Rose Iesha Anderson Josh Boyton Matt White Josh McLean Sara Jones Dion Bromley Tyler Lea Thorley Blake Moore

Class

State

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

Round 5

Round 6

Round 7

Nationals

Worlds

14G

Vic

6th

4th

3rd

3rd

moto

4th

5th

2A

N/A

14B

NSW

2nd

2nd

3rd

3rd

5th

3rd

6th

Semi Final

N/A

14B

Vic

DNQ

7th

-

-

1st

1st

semi

6A

N/A

15B

SA

2nd

3rd

1st

1st

8th

8th

4th

2A

N/A

15B

NSW

5th

4th

Q - injured

Q- injured

2nd

2

nd

6th

7A

Quarter Final

15G

Qld

1st

2nd

1st

2nd

semi

5

th

2nd

2A

3W

15G

NSW

3rd

3rd

2nd

Crashe d

2nd

2nd

inj

N/A

injured

15G

ACT

6th

7th

3rd

4th

4th

4th

6th

Semi Final

Semi Final

16B

NSW

2nd

1st

1st

1st

1st

1

st

1st

1A

2W

16B

Qld

8th

8th

Q - injured

Q - injured

1st

1st

injured

N/A

N/A

16G

Qld

6th

4th

1st

1st

4th

2nd

1st

1A

Quarter Final

16G

ACT

4th

2nd

2nd

2nd

5th

5th

injured

N/A

injured

16G

Vic

5th

3rd

5th

4th

4th

4th

4th

8A

N/A

JM

Qld

2nd

7th

3rd

8ht

8th

5th

4th

6A

JM

Vic

7th

DNQ

4th

1st

5th

7th

5th

4A

JM

Vic

DNF

DNS

5 in semi

moto

Semi

4th

8th

Injured

N/A

JW

Qld

2nd

6

4th

2nd

4th

1st

2nd

2A

N/A

JW

Qld

6th

DNQ

6th

6th

5th

3rd

moto

8A

N/A

JW

Qld

DNQ

4th

5th

3rd

injured

injured

injured

Injured

N/A

EM

NSW

DNQ

DNQ

injured

injured

injured

injured

injured

N/A

N/A

th

Semi Final Quarter Final

Sharon Willoughby, National Development Academy Coach, BMX Australia

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MEDIA REPORT DAVE LYALL During the last 12 months, Sports Communication Australia (SCA) has completed its second year as BMXA’s Media and PR consultant. The main roles of SCA, on behalf of BMXA, during 2016, were to report on BMXA’s organised and contested events, promote the sport via traditional and social media channels, including producing bi-monthly online magazine The Dirt, and producing a series of athlete profile videos for BMXA owned platforms. Profile videos were utilised in the lead up to the UCI BMX World Championships, Rio Olympic Games and select rounds of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup. In order to improve how SCA deliver their services, a member of the SCA team is in the office with BMXA staff at least weekly, and available seven days a week. Over the last 12 months SCA has been able to provide all of these key roles as well as directing BMXA and its stakeholders on crisis management, media strategy and content marketing strategy. For the first time SCA was also charged with creating and implementing a National Sign On Day campaign that for this year was split into two parts – the traditional February period and another smaller period around the Olympic Games in Rio. The campaigns involved creating video, imagery and written content that was used on BMXA owned channels and was complimented by paid and targeted Facebook advertising. Some of the highlights of the campaign include: • • • •

10 ‘advertisement’ videos created in varying forms across Facebook and Instagram, supported by digital graphics, web articles and The Dirt magazine Combined video views across all video content of 230,594 Combined full ad video views across all video content of 78,600 Combined reach across all video content of 908,131

SCA has and will continue to actively engage local and regional ‘grass roots’ media outlets as our core target areas to ensure long-term relationships that continue to build sustained media coverage of our sport. There has been seen significant success in this area over the last 12 months, with stronger engagement from ‘grass roots’ media than ever before. Other highlights and areas that SCA has focussed on in the last 12 months include: • Continued growth of the “BMX Family” tagline and key messages • Continued updating of strong content on the BMXA website and social media platforms including a growth of BMXA’s social media accounts • Introduction of video profiling of BMXA athletes, including athletes from the Development Academy • Continued media education and relationship building with media about the sport of BMX • Dedicated media campaign around our Olympic athletes, including creating a series of 15 profile videos that collectively had over 139,000 views and reached upwards for 560,000 people on Facebook alone. These were complimented with a number of online articles, as well as a dedicated ‘Olympic Edition’ of The Dirt.

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• National television news stories and interviews including Today Show, Sunrise, Wide World of Sports, ABC News, Ten Eyewitness News and Channel 7 News • Print and online coverage in all major metro newspapers • Working with BMXA’s external film production company to provide timely news content at major domestic events • Support for all BMXA and BMXA board initiatives The outcomes of these areas of concentration by SCA have resulted in continued strong media coverage for the sport of BMX, its riders and other stakeholders with mainstream news coverage in print, radio, online and television. SCA has and will continue to report on all BMXA events and competitions as well as the national teams. SCA would like to acknowledge the support of the Board and staff of BMXA, the national coaching and management staff and the riders on the national teams.

Dave Lyall Managing Director, Sports Communication Australia

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STATUS REPORT MEMBERSHIP

STATUS REPORT BMX AUSTRALIA HAS EXPERIENCED A SMALL INCREASE IN MEMBERSHIPS FOR 2015/2016 COMPARED TO THE PREVIOUS YEAR 4 month Mini State licence Wheelers Sprocket Club ACT NSW NT QLD SA TAS VIC WA

136 682 160 1464 258 87 476 783 4046

29 99 70 254 55 14 63 294 878

77 427 185 1036 162 45 242 702 2876

Open

2 68 9 113 2 8 25 72 299

175 1353 345 2551 455 95 798 1407 7179

Freestyle Freestyle Non Competition Recreational Competitive Volunteer Participation 25 27 7 4

8 2

4 67

10

8 17 6 55 12 3 14 26 141

27 320 60 645 105 53 196 325 1731

441 463 149 887 41 76 126 163 2346

920 3464 984 7014 1094 381 1944 3772 19573

STATE BY STATE Queensland remains the strongest membership state with 36% followed by Western Australia with 19%, then New South Wales with 18%.

QLD WA NSW VIC ACT SA NT TAS

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Total

36% 19% 18% 10% 5% 5% 5% 2%


MEMBERSHIP COMPARISON Queensland remains the strongest membership state with 36% followed by Western Australia with 19%, then New South Wales with 18%.

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BMX ACT STATE REPORT 2016 Both Canberra and Tuggeranong clubs have had a good year of club level racing with growth in the sport across the ACT, particularly amongst mini wheelers and sprockets. Canberra BMX Club investment in new track design, surface, polymer and bitumen corners paid off big time for the ACT Championships 2016 which had heavy rains in the lead up to the event. Tuggeranong track is doing a major track rebuild in preparation for the ACT BMX Championships 2017. The ACT BMX Championships is normally run around the first week of March. However, a mix up by BMXA on traditional calendar allocations for state championships has forced ACT BMX to hold its state titles 18th & 19th March. The Tuggeranong Track will feature a split pro and amateur 2nd straight which will run alongside the canteen providing spectacular viewing for close up action. The new team at the Tuggeranong club have set themselves a major challenge not helped by major rains over the entire winter period. The ACT State titles is open to all licensed riders and we encourage everyone to lock this event into their respective calendars. It is one of the last events prior to Nationals offering a perfect opportunity to be race ready for the Nationals. BMX ACT, Board

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BMX NSW STATE REPORT 2016 NEIL CAMERON “Steady as she goes” That’s pretty much the story of BMX in NSW in 2016. Events running smoothly, consistently and quickly. Clubs continuing to develop their infrastructures, BMXNSW developing officials, coaches and administration. In short … business as usual. We know from the mid-year conference that the sport is stagnant numbers wise at the moment, and that is showing across clubs who are reporting the same. We also know that the Olympics unfortunately didn’t give us anything to really sell to the public this time around, so potential growth in numbers is racing over the horizon towards us any time soon. That means the State will have to drive some promotion that clubs are interested in and will participate in … the board will look closely at what is the most cost effective path to take here. It’s good to see that the UCI have finally come to their senses and are starting to bring tracks and the sport back to reality instead of continuing down the “bigger is better” experiment which has just ended in monster tracks that the majority of our sport don’t want to ride, and which bring with them injuries on a proportionate scale. Unfortunately there is still a mindset that bigger is better, which has proven to do nothing for the growth of a club, so BMXNSW is encouraging clubs to build “better” tracks, but not “bigger” tracks. Hopefully the UCI bring sanity back to BMX before we end up with every club having a monster track. So where to for 2017 for BMXNSW? Racing wise we are making small, incremental changes to the way we do things. Our biggest challenge is to get the clubs to use decoders at club racing so we can build our numbers of skilled scorers – that will remain the major challenge. At Board level we will see changes to the makeup of the board at our next AGM, which will be a great opportunity to bring new idea and blood into the sport – and we are looking forward to those ideas taking us into the future. On a final note … it was pleasing to see NSW take all 4 championship classes at the Aussies, but I’m sure Queensland will have something in their report to top that.

Neil Cameron BMX NSW, President

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BMX NORTHERN TERRITORY STATE REPORT 2016 JASON EECEN

The previous twelve months has been a process of change for BMX in the NT. Some of the key initiatives are almost complete with others due for completion in the later part of 2016. Participation The NT had steady growth in participation towards the end of 2015. Red Centre BMX Club is leading the way this year with increased participation. Satellite City BMX Club has not operated this year due to their track reconstruction which has had an impact on over all participation figures. Officiating BMXNT continued with presenting level 2 courses at each club with modest attendance. The current delivery strategy will be reviewed for the 2017 season. Coaching We delivered three Beginner BMX Coaching courses so far with another two scheduled prior to the end of the 2016 season. Focus has been on engaging our senior athletes to assist with coaching at club level. We have been working with the Charles Darwin University for the strength & conditioning component of or newly revised Development Academy program. A level 1 coaching course is also planned for delivery later this year. Governance We have been able to maintain focus on our projected strategic direction. A review of club constitutions in nearing completion. Big Rivers BMX Club After what seems like several years of planning this club had its reopening in June. Strong community interest and support paved the way for a successful come & try. Work is currently under way to assist them with building a structure that will see them sustain growth and development into the future. Jingili BMX Club After hosting their first BMXNT Titles at this iconic venue the club closed out the 2015 racing season on a high. The benefits of having a facility that is resistant to the influences of the weather is paying dividends. Jingili & NT athletes had their most successful year at the National Championships. The current committee is working through plans to include bitumen berms and other Improvements. Nhulunbuy The unseasonal rain in this part of Australia has hindered the racing in 2016. The club has been able to maintain operation since the closing of the bauxite refinery. They are planning to continue efforts to hold regular races from July onwards.

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Red Centre BMX Club The current committee has built on the success of the 2014 BMXNT Titles by delivering a wellorchestrated media presence on several platforms. This has culminated in strong membership growth. Particularly in the mini wheeler & sprocket age range. They have once again elected to host the BMXNT Titles this year to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Alice Springs Masters Games of which BMX is Included as a sport. Satellite City BMX Club The major undertaking has been the construction project of a covered facility that is to incorporate an 8 m & 5 m start hill. The committee opted to forgo racing this season in order to have the construction completed prior to the end of 2016. The closure of the Whyalla steelworks has had a negative impact on the projected timeline. The project is continuing and Is due completion this year. The club has been working closely with Jingili to maintain membership and racing through the season. Jason Eecen BMX NT, President

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BMX QLD STATE REPORT 2016 LANCE WATKIN In this report, I will endeavour to provide a snapshot of what I feel is the continuing journey of BMX in Queensland and look back at the year that was. The 2016 year for BMX Queensland has been a year of challenges as the board continue to undertake reviews in our processes, Portfolios of Directors, Officiating, Coaching & addressing some foreseeable outcomes of the direction of our sport moving forward here in Queensland. One part of this has seen Sean Dwight come to terms with BMX Queensland to form part of our coaching team. Sean has and will bring a lot to our State program, with high hopes for the near future. The Board & I am looking forward to watching Brendan & Sean develop our coaching pathways for our riders. We are in exciting times after these reviews with 2016 being the year of “Education” for our sport & with several new training programs that have just launched which are imperative for BMX here in Queensland to cement itself as the leading state in developing our Riders, Officials, Volunteers, Zones & Clubs. We continue to build solid partnerships with our Zones & Clubs including future planning making sure it meets the needs that places our sport in good stead going forward in Queensland. I would like to say thank you to all our Zones, Clubs, Life Members & Members for their continued support we have received over the past 12 months. All these changes are not possible without your continued support of moving our sport forward so once again Thank You. BMX Queensland is now in the 3rd year of our 3 year Qld Sport & Recreation Industry Development Program 2014-2016. Our 1st year we focused on the grassroots program for Clubs to help assist our new Members in their skill sets with the introduction of the new 10-week program which was rolled out to our Clubs in Queensland. The 2nd year focus with the funding was helping our intermediate riders with another coaching program, this was developed to suit their needs. Over the past 12 months several Coaching, Officiating & Registrar course have been completed & this will continue into the 2016 year. More Education programs will also be rolled out throughout Queensland for our Coaches, Officials & Registrars to continue to up skill and provide the best possible support for them. Over the past 12 months the Board has been working with key stakeholders including the CPR group to ensure that BMX Queensland’s Governance, Infrastructure, Process/Procedures are strong & aligned with the projected continued growth for the immediate future. CPR have also continued their great support program for our Clubs & Zones, they have continued to build a solid platform for Members. Assistance with understanding key parts of running a successful Club or Zone, understanding their Governance, Processes & Procedures, I would like to thank Michael & Steve for their continued support to our sport in Queensland. 2016 saw the BMX Queensland State Championship return to the Brisbane SX (Sleeman Sports Complex) & can I say this was a very successful event, 1686 entries. The Board would like to congratulate the Sleeman Sports Complex for putting on such a great support network to deliver this event. Like any major event it takes hundreds of hours to put this together & I would like to thank Jenny Cherrie, Julie Dries & the Board for making this event a successful one also. BMX Queensland were pleased to announce that the current Gold Medallist Connor Fields from the USA made an appearance at this year’s State Championships. Connor was in and around the Sleeman Complex from Wednesday through to Sunday offering our riders a chance to attain the most wanted signature in the world now.

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The Board of BMX Queensland would like to thank Sean Dwight for the chance to have Connor available to our members for BMX Queenslandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest event in 2016. A comment from Butch Broomfield (Rider & BMXQ Life Member) to Bmx Queensland September 26. Just want to congratulate the committee for giving us all the chance to meet Connor, Bodi and Sean at the Qld Titles. From my observations, absolutely nothing was too much trouble for them over the week. IT was a lifetime experience that all of us will never forget. Not too many people get the chance to meet 2 Olympians let alone a Gold Medal winning one. Connor Fields you are a great bloke. Thanks Mate. 2017 BMX Queensland State Championships will see us travel to Townsville BMX Club for what will be another successful event I am sure. The 2016 BMX Queensland State Dinner was another success our largest one yet standing at 444 attendees, people walked away happy with the food, venue & entertainment of this event. A special thank you to Jenny Cherrie who coordinated this event and putting together an auction to raise money for The Sony Foundation alongside the McGrath Foundation this year, this auction raised just under $7â&#x20AC;&#x2122;500 which helped not only the Sony Foundation but has also kicked start the Pink October campaign. 2015 was our final year for the Queensland Government Women in Sport funding which included several female training camps rolled out in each Zone, attendance was over 50 female riders. The Board received very positive feedback & they all enjoyed the experience gaining a lot more confidence from these sessions. 2016 Pink October camps will be continuing for this year & also several other programs incorporating our State Female riders. BMX Queensland is committed to continue to focus on keeping our female riders & create a positive environment for their growth in our sport. In closing I would like to take this opportunity to thank several people & sponsors for making BMX Queensland run the way it does. Firstly, to our Sponsors of BMX Queensland, Sony Australia, LKI, DK Bicycles, Peters Ice Cream, Coca- Cola Amatil, Stadiums Queensland (Sleeman Sports Complex), Tourism Events Queensland & the Queensland Government for making it possible for BMX in Queensland to continue to develop in a way that our sport can grow & provide the best possible environment for all involved. Thank you to our BMX Queensland Staff and State Volunteers of Tracey Vince, Leah Ditton, Rod Green, Chris Houghton, Brendan Abel & Melinda McLeod who continue to do a great job behind the scenes to support our Zones, Clubs, Members & Directors in Queensland. Lastly the Board of BMX Queensland past & present, you all have done an amazing job this year under a lot of pressure & change Julie Dries, Juanita Paton, Dee Hanby, Melissa McKeown, Jenny Cherrie & Paul Connors have given our sport a lot of unpaid hours & have provided a stable environment so that our sport can prosper in the coming years. I thank you all so much for your efforts & work that you have all carried out throughout the past 12 months & I look forward to working alongside the current Board over the next 12 months.

Lance Watkin President, BMX Queensland.

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BMX SOUTH AUSTRALIA STATE REPORT 2016 BRENT BARRETT In 2016 BMX SA has progressed once again, the challenges of an Olympic year with timetables caused the restructure of the State Series events to lengthen the series over a longer period - one per month race meeting, this is a direct change identified by the BMX Community through our survey process. Proactive changes to the State Series ie by adding Novice Class Riders to the race schedule has been positive and engage all clubs and improve the standard of race meeting and continued success of each event. This revised State Series has encouraged all clubs to have a club event the day before the State Series Event to complement each clubs objectives, it has enabled the clubs to be more accountable and receive financial gain through running great events on each clubs track, all clubs have and are continuing to improve in this way. BMX SA engaged the State BMX Community through a number of Surveys, and involving South Australian Office Recreation & Sports (ORS) on the development with workshops to improve communication and review the Strategic Planning process and having clubs involved. MyLaps Timing Systems, are in ground in all but one facility (although that does have the provision to install quickly) so every club can utilise the timing system at every race event to improve the standard and training of all riders and monitor each and every riderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s progress and training performance on an ongoing basis, we are endeavouring to facilitate training in the use of the system so it can be more widely used for training as well. The regulations of our State Government Child Protection Laws and Funding requirements have meant that we have been actively encouraging all clubs to update their contacts for Child Safe Officers at the club level as well as ensuring that all volunteers from Track / Canteen to Coaches / Officials have valid Working with Children Clearances. This is mandatory. BMX SA have maintained the number of Accredited Officials, BMXSA have ran a number of level 2 courses to date, this is so that involves a larger number of parents involved in the sports their children have chosen, so each club do not need to rely on the same people every week, and the depth of experience of training new personal making every race meeting a more enjoyable relaxed atmosphere pathway has increased awareness of the rules and regulations that govern our sport of BMX. We have an active group of Level 3 Officials who have changed their focus to mentoring the Level 2 Officials so there is a natural progression and succession plan. This process has been a great positive journey over the last few years, and this pathway has been communicated at every club to continue the progressive pathway of Officiating across South Australia and the progress of BMX as a safe managed sport in a controlled environment. The State as indicated at the mid-year AGM restructured the Coaching Plan, we now have an active sub -committee that plan and meet on a regular monthly basis and over the last 12 months have redeveloped the pathways for the junior and intermediate athletes including interstate trips training camps and special coaching clinicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with high profile coaches. This Program again involved a larger number of riders this year compared to last year and at all skill levels to progress and enjoy the sport of BMX. Also running Level 1 Coaching courses and Beginner Coaches courses to develop the skills of new coaches to a minimum standard, and increase the number of coaches across SA and the depth of coaches and coaching to assist every club to continue the Coaching Pathway to excellence.

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As we introduced the State Titles allocated on a rotation basis a few years ago, this has been a great success giving all clubs a more valued time line to accommodate to prepare for the State Titles this has been a very positive progression in SA. with every club planning there events well in advance with track and facility changes, this allows each and every club to progress their Tracks, Facilities, Officials and Personal to a higher standard and the enjoyment of running well organised State Title events. As announced recently the new UCI Standard BMX Facility will be named after Sam Willoughby, The Cove and Happy Valley BMX Clubs will be relocating to the facility as separate Clubs and their old tracks will be either closed or repurposed by the respective Local Government bodies. I would personally like to thank each and every BMXSA Board Directors for their endless time and dedication to make it all happen, Coaching Sub Committee and also the Club Presidents for their ongoing commitment to communicate and improve the standard of BMX in South Australia. As a State, we are still moving forward and enjoy the Improved Standard of Officials / Coaches and Great BMX Race Events with great Friendships made throughout the State/Country and World in the BMX Arena, with a Competitive, Safe, and Fun Environment for all. Thank You Brent Barrett BMX SA, President

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BMX TASMANIA STATE REPORT 2016 MATT ELLIS This year has proven to be a positive year. The country club is continuing to thrive with sustained growth. Our capital club showing strong signs of a renewed interest in the sport. This year we ran our first coaching camp which was beneficial not only for riders but also for our new coaches some of these had had limited exposure to a group of this size, the camp also gave us the opportunity to identify potential development squad athletes and implement this proposal. We are also in the early stages of another level 1 coaching course not far away. Our officialâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s intake was good for the year but I believe the requirement for all officials regardless of their position from the NSO will see this decrease dramatically. Nationals for our competitors saw a 30% gain in position due to track upgrades and development strategies to prepare athletes for this calibre of event, clubs are upgrading track designs to come in line with the recent nationals tracks giving Tasmanian riders a better opportunity at national level. Overall 2016 has been a year of positive focus, growth, and development. Matt Ellis President, BMX Tasmania

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BMX VICTORIA STATE REPORT 2016 CAMERON MURRAY BMX Victoria and its membership watched on with pride as long-time Victorian member Bodi Turner represented the Green and Gold at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. It was a fantastic reward for his efforts over many years. Since returning to Australia he has made many appearances at Victorian BMX Clubs, inspiring our young and old members alike to be the best they can be. The Board and Administration of BMX Victoria continue to work together with our clubs and Event Management Group to deliver BMX in Victoria and hope to take advantage of several new opportunities in different areas of operation. 1.1.1 MEMBERSHIP AND PARTICIPATION After recording stable annual membership numbers (1249 riders â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3.09% annual growth June 2015 to May 2016) BMX Victoria continues to monitor membership trends and assess ways to move back to a strong growth phase from the current stable environment. BMX Victoria has identified priorities to assist clubs, particularly in regional areas, to continue to improve their demonstrated ability to capture new members while also helping them to retain their existing membership bases by helping them to deliver fantastic BMX experiences to all members new and old. We look forward to work in with the BMX Australia Development team in any opportunities to stimulate membership growth while looking to keep improving our events calendar at all levels. 1.1.2 VOLUNTEER/COACH DEVELOPMENT BMX Victoria has approved the funding of four club projects as part of the Club Capacity and Volunteer Development Grants Program and is looking forward to seeing positive results for the clubs involved in terms of participation opportunities. We enjoyed welcoming another 15 BeginnerBMX coaches in July after courses with Sharon Willoughby. We appreciate her time coming across to Melbourne to help us add to our coaching body which is such an important element of how well we can provide BMX to the membership. We have also across the year facilitated several Level Two Officials courses and would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all our Officials and Volunteers who week in, week out make our port tick. Your input is greatly appreciated.

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1.1.3 CLUB DEVELOPMENT The Victorian BMX scene continues to develop in terms of facilities with track development of both new and existing tracks. Work is advancing on the $2.87m Casey Fields track project funded by the City of Casey, State Government of Victoria and Sport Recreation Victoria with a Q2 2017 track completion expected. With magnificent support from the City of Casey we are looking forward to the formation and launch of a new club aimed at attracting new members from the community with no existing connection to our sport. The club is a huge opportunity for BMX as it will serve one of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fastest growing areas by population. There are also projects afoot to regenerate the Northern Park BMX Club while there are advanced discussions regarding a new club in Bacchus Marsh and works going on at South Eastern, Bendigo and Shepparton. Frankston BMX Club has received the green light from the State Government of Victoria and the Frankston City Council regarding development work that upon completion will service their growing membership and become an important venue for the Victorian elite program. We look forward to the projectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s completion and the events we will see in the area in the future. Yours in BMX,

Cameron Murray President BMX Victoria

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BMX WESTERN AUSTRALIA STATE REPORT 2016 MATTHEW BUTTERWORTH 2016 is looking to be another successful year for BMX in Western Australia. From grass roots participation and membership to coaching and officiating, to entries at our State Super Series, State Championships and Olympic selection, we have seen success across the board. Events Our events calendar continues with 9 of our 10 race State Super Series in 2016 being held already at the time going to print. Western Australia missed out hosting a round of the BMX Australia National Series and is looking forward to being a successful host in 2018. Our Super Series continues to see strong entries across all age groups, in particular the mini wheelers with 15-20 at each event as well as 60-75 sprockets consistently through the year. National Championships headed east to the Bathurst with a number of Western Australian riders on the podium. The 2016 State Championships has attracted record numbers of over 700 entries, being held this year at Westside BMX Club in Balatta over 3 days in October. On a more social level, our end of years awards ceremony in December heads to Adventure World in Bibra Lake. Feedback on the event last year was overwhelmingly positive. Club Development Developing further on the OSM online events system, we have added our Volunteer Officials Roles for each event online. As part of qualification for our end of year awards, riders must have a volunteer job registered against their name. By putting this online, it has allowed Parents/guardians to also be a part of BMX â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with them ensuring they are a level 1 Official and also have a volunteer licence, they can now also log on and choose the job they wish to do and the event they wish to complete it at. The uptake has been fantastic with over 99% of most event volunteer positions filled within hours of it going live online. Coaching With the consolidation of the Beginners Coaching course, to date we have 18 newly accredited Beginner Coaches compared to 18 in 2014 and 15 in 2013. Some of these coaches are also aspiring to further their training by moving to the next level of becoming a BMX Level 1 accredited coach, which will take place in 2017. Our aim for BMX and the clubs is to be able to have a minimum number of coaches in every club to be able to service the number of new and existing riders coming through. It is great to be able to offer all members training and coaching, as well as racing. We are also in the early stages of investigating a coach the coaches program â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with coach mentoring and professional development workshops a feature.

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Electronic Media With regard to the electronic media, BMXWA has continues to maintain Facebook as a key platform in our online and social media , where up to the minute information on races, links to results, videos and all things BMX locally and internationally are posted daily. To date we have 994 â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;likesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; to the page which is 36% increase since 1 July 2015. Of interest is the most popular demographic of these likes at the 35-44 age group. We can assume from this statistic that parents of riders and older riders re-entering the sport are accessing information provide on Facebook, as opposed to the riders themselves. In addition race day videos of the Super Series are being posted via You Tube by the Perth BMX Channel. BMX Sports WA is also active on Twitter with 106 followers to date. Athlete Development With the ongoing development of this program, we saw 22 members being selected for the State Squads for 2015/16. Travelling to some of the events as a squad together was definitely a learning curve for all of us. Invitations from the National Development Academy Coaches meant some of our Athletes were able to learn and experience what it is like to train and practice at the Elite level. The BMXWA Board have also developed High Performance and Athlete Development Strategy for implementation in the second half of 2016. The strategy is a guideline to assist with the implementation of the High Performance and Athlete Development Squads, and to assist in developing a successful and sustainable High Performance and Athlete Development program. The benefits of the High Performance Strategy are offered by BMX Sports Western Australia as an investment in an athlete to help them to meet the aims of the program. The strategy will be driven predominately from the board but also in partnership with the State Coach, and advisory group and the CEO. In addition our riders performed admirably on the world stage in particularly our Elite riders in the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup. Lauren Reynolds had a very consistent year with an overall 7th place in the Elite Women (up from 9th in 2015). We are also thrilled to learn of Laurens selection to her 2nd Olympic Games in Rio. This marks the 5th WA athlete to represent Australia at the Olympics. Meanwhile Kirsten Dellar also improved her UCI ranking in 2016. Bmx Mini Wheelers BMX Mini-Wheelers are continuing to achieve great success at clubs and refinement of the format has seen this grow to a legitimate class all clubs throughout the state. To date WA has over 270 registered mini wheelers, some participating in rounds of the Super Series and also featured at the State Championships at Bunbury. Of note is the specially designed mini-wheeler start gate which holds 4 riders and comes complete with a foot controlled starting mechanism.

Matthew Butterworth President, BMX WA

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NATIONAL SERIES OVERALL RESULTS Rnd 1 & 2 NERANG, QLD – Rnd 3 & 4 CAIRNS, QLD – Rnd 5 & 6 SHEPPARTON, VIC – RND 7 BATHURST, NSW Champbikx 14 Boys 1 Kai ANGEL 2 Corey TAYLOR 3 Oliver MORAN 4 Kailen O’GRADY 5 Harrison BROWNING 6 Aston WYPYCH-COLES 7 Kye MUNDAY 8 Kirk CLEAVEN Champbikx 15 Boys 1 Cailen CALKIN 2 Wade MUNDIE 3 Cooper TYE 4 Harry PHILLIPS 5 Ethan PAL 6 Declan JAEHNE 7 Dylan BENNETTS 8 Brad SHAYLOR Champbikx 16 Boys 1 Nathaniel RODWAY 2 Ronan WEBER 3 Kye AFFOO 4 Kyle HILL 5 Reyne BARNSDALE 6 Lleyton PAL 7 Ryan JORDAN 8 Joel FLOWER Challenge Series 30+ Masters 1 Tony HARVEY 2 Luke MARSH 3 Simon ANDERSON 4 Corey STAFFORD 5 Luke BARNES 6 Sean DWIGHT 7 Brenden HAYES

QLD WA NSW VIC QLD NSW WA NSW NZL QLD SA SA QLD NSW NSW NSW NSW QLD QLD WA QLD NSW NZL WA

VIC QLD VIC QLD QLD NSW QLD

Champbikx 14 Girls 1 Des’Ree BARNES 2 Kiana BOTFIELD 3 Chloe MOLAN 4 Phoebe WALLEN 5 Kathryn MCGEE 6 Vanessa GOODEN 7 Eleisha BREWSTER 8 Lucy WOODBURY Champbikx 15 Girls 1 Lorsyn AFFOO 2 Molly MCGILL 3 Leah HEARNE 4 Felicia THOMAS 5 Ellie ASCOLI NT 6 Sienna DAVIES 7 Chelsea EMERY 8 Bianca CAMPBELL Champbikx 16 Girls 1 Shelby GREEN 2 Kanami TANNO 3 Mikayla ROSE 4 Millie REED 5 Edan WHITLOCK 6 Iesha ANDERSON 7 Courtney STEVENSON 8 Tanaeu DARKER Challenge Series 17+ Women 1 Lacey OLIVER 2 Aislynn WEBER 3 Caitlin GRIGG 4 Antonia RICKETT 5 Kesia SAVILL 6 Tahlia WALDRON

QLD QLD NSW VIC QD VIC QLD QLD QLD QLD ACT ACT QLD VIC WA QLD JPN ACT VIC QLD VIC QLD QLD

QLD QLD QLD VIC WA VIC

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Challenge Series 17-29 Men 1 Beau PRATT 2 Joshua NASH 3 Nathan SEAL 4 Jay BEAZLEY 5 Brayden PORTER 6 Nathan VANDENHOOVEN 7 Christopher GOODEN Probikx Men Elite 1 Joshua CALLAN 2 Matthew JUSTER 3 Corey FRIESWYK 4 Kai SAKAKIBARA 5 Tristyn KRONK 6 Max CAIRNS 7 Brandon TE HIKO 8 Jayce CUNNING 1 Probikx Men Junior 2 Hayden FLETCHER 3 Andrew HUGHES 4 Matthew WHITE 5 Daichi YAMAGUCHI 6 Jye HOMBSCH 7 Joshua BOYTON 8 Jake BOWE

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QLD QLD SA VIC SA QLD VIC VIC NT QLD NSW QLD VIC VIC QLD VIC NSW VIC JPN QLD QLD QLD

Probikx Women Elite 1 Leanna CURTIS 2 Melinda MCLEOD 3 Sarah HARVEY 4 Rachelle SMITH 5 Gemma-Lee THOMAS 6 Ashleigh GUNN 7 Harriet BURBIDGE-SMITH 8 Clare MCNAMARA Probikx Women Junior 1 Saya SAKAKIBARA 2 Sara JONES 3 Jenna WILLIAMS 4 Zoe FLEMING 5 Erin LOCKWOOD 6 Tyler-Lea THORLEY 7 Dion BROMLEY 8 Katie VAN ZANDEN

NSW QLD QLD WA NSW QLD ACT NSW NSW QLD QLD NZL QLD QLD QLD QLD


NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS BATHURST, NSW Men Junior 1 Andrew HUGHES 2 Matt KRASEVSKIS 3 James TAIT 4 Matthew WHITE 5 Tyiler BARNES 6 Joshua BOYTON 7 Kyle GREEN 8 Jye HOMBSCH Men Elite 1 Alex CAMERON 2 Wade TURNER 3 Matthew JUSTER 4 Joshua CALLAN 5 Tristyn KRONK 6 Jayce CUNNING 7 Shane ROSA 8 Kai SAKAKIBARA 8 Boys 1 Bailey MILLS 2 Tama ONEKAWA 3 Cameron GATT 4 Rhys WELLINGS 5 Lucas ANDREWS 6 Colton BLYTH 7 Kyne BAIRD 8 Kane HALSON 1 9 Boys 2 Callum WOODBURY 3 Miller RUKS 4 Ashton KENNY 5 Oliver GEANY 6 Ben DUNPHY 7 Mason SCHIRNACK 8 Benaiah RICHARDS Tyler GAYSKI WA 10 Boys 1 Julian CARRUTHERS 2 Cooper FOX 3 Joshua JOLLY 4 Samuel Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;GRADY 5 Joshua TICKELL 6 Lincon BOTFIELD 7 Bill WOODWARD 8 Isaac MCKEOWN

NSW QLD VIC VIC QLD QLD WA QLD NSW VIC NT VIC QLD QLD SA NSW QLD QLD VIC QLD WA QLD NSW NSW QLD NSW QLD NSW QLD NSW QLD

NSW NSW VIC VIC WA QLD QLD QLD

Women Junior 1 Saya SAKAKIBARA 2 Sara JONES 3 Erin LOCKWOOD 4 Jenna WILLIAMS 5 Katie VAN ZANDEN 6 Jessica MCCORMACK 7 Tymikka SKIDMORE 8 Dion BROMLEY Women Elite 1 Leanna CURTIS 2 Melinda MCLEOD 3 Rachel JONES 4 Kirsten DELLAR 5 Sarah HARVEY 6 Rachelle SMITH 7 Gemma-Lee THOMAS 8 Esther WOODWARD 8 Girls 1 Jasmine STANDISH 2 Jasmine MORGAN 3 Keely MUNRO 4 Ariana SCHIRNACK 5 Shae RUFUS 6 Lily MCGUINESS 7 Mackenzie HORNMAN 8 Vada BOTFIELD 9 Girls 1 Portia EDEN QLD 2 Valencia STEVIS 3 Te Mahia ONEKAWA 4 Abi ASMUS 5 Sienna RICHMOND 6 Cheralee WHITE 7 Isha MONKLEY 8 Isha MONKLEY 10 Girls 1 Sacha MILLS 2 Shae ARCHBOLD 3 Teya RUFUS 4 Mia WEBSTER 5 Sienna YARWOOD 6 Nicole DUNCAN 7 Mackenzie RYAN 8 Tayla ROBERTSON

NSW QLD QLD QLD QLD NSW WA QLD NSW QLD NSW WA QLD WA NSW VIC QLD SA QLD NSW QLD NSW NSW QLD

NSW QLD QLD VIC QLD NSW QLD QLD SA QLD VIC SA NSW QLD VIC

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11 Boys 1 Thomas TUCKER 2 Callum HOWARTH 3 Angus RICHARDS 4 Ian ORR 5 Flynn SWEENEY 6 Ty BASTIAN 7 Tyreak CALA 8 Hayden GOULDER 12 Boys 1 Jordan SHARPE 2 Will COOMBES 3 Joel MARSH 4 Leath RODIGHIERO 5 Regan LOTHIAN 6 Jordan CALLUM 7 Sheldon WATT 8 Tyson KENNY 13 Boys 1 Buddha BAUM 2 Ethan ZRNA 3 Jesse ASMUS 4 Patrick BOGNAR 5 Jayden KEOGH 6 Harrison BUSWELL 7 Bailey MITCHELL 8 Marcus WIGG 14 Boys 1 Jack DAVIS NSW 2 Kailen O’GRADY VIC 3 Kai ANGEL QLD Zack PANKHURST-MUBIRU QLD 4 5 Harrison CRAIG NSW 6 Kirk CLEAVEN NSW 7 Jack DAVIES QLD 8 Ryan GILCHRIST NSW 15 Boys 1 Brad SHAYLOR NSW 2 Cooper TYE SA 3 Ethan PAL NSW 4 Wade MUNDIE QLD 5 Dylan BENNETTS WA 6 Alexander SHEPPARD QLD 7 Declan JAEHNE NSW 8 Riley HICKS QLD 16 Boys 1 Nathaniel RODWAY NSW 2 Kye AFFOO QLD 3 Ronan WEBER QLD 4 Kyle HILL WA

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11 Girls 1 Isabella SCHRAMM 2 Bella MAY 3 Sophie CRAIG 4 Allie BOOKER 5 Yasmin FORD 6 Sienna PAL 7 Shae MCCLELLAN 8 Jennifer MACKIE 12 Girls 1 Kira HILL 2 Lilyanne CROFT 3 Heidi FARMAN 4 Alyssa CHERRIE 5 Annalece MENGEL 6 Tehlia JOKIC 7 Gina MCGEE 8 Taya PACE 13 Girls 1 Jarrah HECKER 2 Paige HARDING 3 Rayna ANESBURY 4 Shannon PETRE 5 Zoe COOPER 6 Felicity MANN 7 Tahlia MARSH 8 Mickayla PERKINS 14 Girls 1 Des’Ree BARNES 2 Phoebe WALLEN 3 Kiana BOTFIELD 4 Vanessa GOODEN 5 Chloe MOLAN 6 Kathryn MCGEE 7 Chloe MARTIN 8 Maddison BROWN 15 Girls 1 Molly MCGILL 2 Lorsyn AFFOO 3 Leah HEARNE 4 Tenniele BOTFIELD 5 Hannah WASYLKOWSKI 6 Jaymee-Lee HEGARTY 7 Sienna DAVIES 8 Bianca CAMPBELL 16 Girls 1 Shelby GREEN 2 Edan WHITLOCK 3 Celeste BARR 4 Tenille SPENCER

QLD VIC NSW ACT NT NSW QLD NSW WA WA QLD QLD QLD WA QLD NSW VIC NSW SA QLD NSW WA NSW NT QLD VIC QLD VIC NSW QLD QLD NT QLD QLD ACT QLD VIC QLD QLD WA QLD QLD QLD QLD


5 Steve WAKEHAM NSW Jayden WALKER-FLETCHER NT 6 7 Joel FLOWER WA 8 Mitchell TORRENS QLD 17-24 Men 1 Beau PRATT QLD 2 Mitchell CHASTON NSW 3 Jacob GRIFFITHS QLD 4 Nathan VANDENHOOVEN QLD 5 Joshua NASH QLD 6 Nikalus ROSE ACT 7 Nathan SEAL SA 8 Christopher LATHWELL WA 25-29 Men 1 James SMITH SA 2 Matthew TONGUE WA 3 Daniel WALKER NSW 4 Adam THALER NSW 5 Lachlan MCSWAIN SA 6 Brett HERREEN SA 7 Matthew BRADY QLD 8 Jacob SVERNS VIC 30-34 Men 1 Christopher FERGUSON 2 Dean MILLER 3 Dean JOHNSTON 4 Kiel DELLOW 5 Aaron CURTIS 6 Bodie LETCHFORD 7 Tom BOORMAN 8 David JACKSON 35-39 Men 1 Scott EBERT 2 Benn MCGRATH 3 Matthew MOORE Michael VAN DER KLOOSTER 4 5 Michael CARRUTHERS 6 Robert SLATTER 7 Lee SMITH 8 Malcolm YEARDLEY 45-49 Men 1 Brett SCRUSE 2 Bruce MORRIS 3 Brett BARNES 4 Gregory WESTMAN 5 Steve EWART 6 Darren JAMES 7 Warren CASEY 8 Dean SWEATMAN

NSW VIC NSW NSW NSW WA NSW QLD QLD VIC NSW VIC NSW VIC QLD WA NSW QLD NSW NSW QLD QLD NSW QLD

5 Tegan MCCLELLAN 6 Kira JAENKE 7 Millie REED 8 Iesha ANDERSON 17-24 Women 1 Lacey OLIVER 2 Tenae BROOKS 3 Jade PARKER 4 Caitlin GRIGG 5 Erin ROOK 6 Kesia SAVILL 7 Antonia RICKETT 8 Airlie GOODEN 30-34 Women 1 Jaclyn WILSON (35-39W) Hayley WOLFENDEN (25-29W) 2 3 Amanda MORGAN 4 Kizzy Anne WADDELL (35-39W) 5 Amanda BARTELS 6 Hayley BECKER (35-39W)

QLD NT VIC VIC QLD NSW QLD QLD QLD WA VIC WA VIC VIC WA WA WA TAS

40-44 Women 1 Letitia WEATHERHEAD QLD 2 Sandy CAMERON (45-49W) NSW 3 Melanie GIBSON NSW 4 Rebecca SMITH SA 5 Jacqueline TAHENY NT 6 Louise ELLIS TAS 7 Jenny GIUDICE (45-49W) NSW 40-44 Men 1 Dean PATCH VIC 2 Peter BARNETT NSW 3 Christopher PAGE NSW 4 Kamahl LORD SA 5 Wesley HILL WA 6 Joshua TOMLINSON NSW 7 Jozif LUKOWSKI SA 8 Nathan HANNA WA 50+ Men 1 Brad PRESTWIDGE QLD 2 Rodney GETHIN WA 3 Brad LANE WA 4 Neale SEARLE VIC 5 Jeffrey WILLIAMS QLD 6 Gregory VALLIS QLD 7 Stuart WITTRIEN NSW 8 Greg KELLY VIC

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30+ Masters 1 Brock MURRAY 2 Luke PRETLOVE 3 Tony HARVEY 4 Levi COLLINS 5 Jade MCPHERSON 6 Luke BARNES 7 Anthony BORK 8 Luis CONCISTRE 8-10 Cruiser Boys 1 Joshua JOLLY 2 Brodie GOOCH 3 Julian CARRUTHERS 4 Trey TUFFIN 5 Caleb NANCARROW 6 Darcy ROBINSON 7 Alfie PAUL 8 Bill WOODWARD 11-12 Cruiser Boys 1 Jordan CALLUM 2 Thomas TUCKER 3 Jay ALLAN 4 Sheldon WATT 5 Kane GIBBONS 6 Rory SOUTHWELL 7 Sean COONEY 8 Callum HOWARTH 13-14 Cruiser Boys 1 Corey TAYLOR 2 Ashton SCRIHA 3 Zack PANKHURST-MUBIRU 4 Jackson TATHAM 5 Kirk CLEAVEN 6 Flynn COOPER 7 Morgan SEWARD 8 Rory MCNAMARA 15-16 Cruiser Boys 1 Mitchell TORRENS 2 Harry PHILLIPS 3 Ronan WEBER 4 Joel RANDELL 5 Jayden WALKER-FLETCHER 6 James WEST 7 Joshua MARSH 8 Hayden JANSEN

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WA VIC VIC VIC WA QLD QLD NSW VIC QLD NSW SA QLD WA QLD QLD WA QLD WA QLD QLD NSW QLD QLD WA QLD QLD WA NSW VIC NSW NSW

QLD QLD QLD NSW NT QLD NSW QLD

8-10 Cruiser Girls 1 Teya RUFUS QLD 2 Valencia STEVIS NSW 3 Mackenzie RYAN QLD 4 Mackenzie HADLEY NSW 5 Porschea LONGBOTTOM NSW 6 Sienna GEDDES QLD 7 Maddie HAYES ACT 8 Tykira YUKE NT 11-12 Cruiser Girls 1 Chloe GIBBONS QLD 2 Heidi FARMAN QLD 3 Annalece MENGEL QLD 4 Bella MAY VIC 5 Caitlin JONG NT 6 Isabelle BARTOLO QLD 7 Sophie CRAIG NSW 8 Catherine CARTER NT 13-14 Cruiser Girls 1 Shannon PETRE QLD 2 Phoebe WALLEN VIC 3 Mickayla PERKINS NT 4 Kiana BOTFIELD QLD 5 Stacey BROWN NSW 6 Zoe COOPER NSW 7 Tahlia MARSH NSW 8 Siobhan LOWTHER VIC 17-24 Cruiser Women 1 Celeste BARR (15-16GCr) QLD 2 Leah HEARNE (15-16GCr) ACT 3 Iesha ANDERSON (15-16GCr) VIC 4 Erin MCNAMARA NSW 5 Madison SCRIHA QLD 6 Georgia MAVIN NSW 7 Kirsty-Leigh CAIRNS ACT 8 Tezzina MEARS NSW 30-34 Cruiser Men 1 Luke PRETLOVE VIC 2 Michael CARTER NT 3 Brenden HAYES QLD 4 Nathan COUZIN NSW 5 Chris POWELL NSW 6 Scott AMOR NSW 35-39 Cruiser Women 1 Jaclyn WILSON VIC 2 Hayley WOLFENDEN (25-29WCr) NSW 3 Kizzy Anne WADDELL WA


17-24 Cruiser Men 1 Beau PRATT 2 Joshua NASH 3 Nathan VANDENHOOVEN 4 Nicholas MARSH 5 Thomas DALLINGER 6 Benjamin BULLEN-ASLIN 7 Reece ELLIS 8 Brayden PORTER 25-29 Cruiser Men 1 Lachlan MCSWAIN 2 Cameron DAWSON 3 Brendon SODERBERG 4 Owen DOUGLAS 5 Liam UNDERHILL 35-39 Cruiser Men 1 Robert SLATTER 2 Malcolm YEARDLEY 3 Michael CARRUTHERS 4 Matthew MOORE 5 Michael VAN DER KLOOSTER 6 Jay FORSTER 7 Jason HALL 8 Luis CONCISTRE 40-44 Cruiser Men 1 Kamahl LORD 2 Jade MCPHERSON 3 Luke BARNES 4 Wesley HILL 5 Peter BARNETT 6 Christopher PAGE 7 Adrian BOGNAR 8 Glenn EDEN 45-49 Cruiser Men 1 Brett SCRUSE 2 Brett BARNES 3 Tom MCCLELLAN 4 Dean SWEATMAN 5 Scott STRINGER 6 Steve EWART 7 Russel BIRD 8 Derek POOLE 50+ Cruiser Men 1 Brad PRESTWIDGE 2 Brad LANE 3 Jeffrey WILLIAMS 4 Gregory VALLIS 5 Rodney GETHIN 6 Mark OSBORNE

QLD QLD QLD NSW NSW NSW TAS SA SA NSW QLD NSW NSW

VIC WA NSW NSW VIC SA VIC NSW SA WA QLD WA NSW NSW VIC QLD

4 Julia BOTFIELD 5 Ami PACE 6 Virginia LONGBOTTOM 7 Rebecca SECKOLD 8 Hayley BECKER 40-44 Cruiser Women 1 Leanne VANDENHOOVEN 2 Jacqueline TAHENY 3 Rebecca SMITH 4 Nicole NARBETH 5 Raylene PRUETT 6 Melanie GIBSON 7 Tianne PITSTOCK 8 Letitia WEATHERHEAD 45-49 Cruiser Women 1 Caroline SOBOTKA 2 Sandy CAMERON 3 Kelly WALSH 4 Rosanne CRUICKSHANKS 50+ Cruiser Women 1 Gai TAYLOR 2 Annie RANDELL 3 Penny BUSH 4 Julie SINGLE 5 Annette ROBINSON 6 Iris-May COSGROVE 7 Irene MARKEE 8 Narelle FALKENHAGEN

QLD NSW NSW NSW TAS QLD NT SA NSW QLD NSW NSW QLD VIC NSW VIC SA NSW NSW NSW NSW NSW QLD NSW QLD

NSW NSW QLD QLD NSW QLD WA SA QLD WA QLD QLD WA NSW

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Stuart WITTRIEN Patrick O’CALLAGHAN

NSW TAS

1 Brett SCRUSE 2 Brett BARNES 3 Tom MCCLELLAN 4 Dean SWEATMAN 5 Scott STRINGER 6 Steve EWART 7 Russel BIRD 8 Derek POOLE 50+ Cruiser Men 1 Brad PRESTWIDGE 2 Brad LANE 3 Jeffrey WILLIAMS 4 Gregory VALLIS 5 Rodney GETHIN 6 Mark OSBORNE 7 Stuart WITTRIEN 8 Patrick O’CALLAGHAN

NSW NSW QLD QLD NSW QLD WA SA

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QLD WA QLD QLD WA NSW NSW TAS


UCI SUPERCROSS BMX WORLD CUP SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, ARGENTINA

MANCHESTER, UK

MEN HARRAH Corben USA FIELDS Connor USA MIR Amidou FRA TORRES Exequiel ARG NYHAUG Tory CAN VAN GENDT Twan NED LONG Nicholas USA CAMPO Alfredo ECU

MEN PHILLIPS Liam GBR EVANS Kyle GBR BLANC Renaud SUI LONG Nicholas USA DAUDET Joris FRA NAVRESTAD Tore NOR JASPERS Martijn NED SHARRAH Corben USA

WOMEN BUCHANAN Caroline AUS PAJON Mariana COL SMULDERS Laura NED CHRISTENSEN Simone DEN ETIENNE Axelle CRAIN Brooke USA POST Alise USA VANHOOF Elke BEL ROCK HILL, USA

WOMEN BUCHANAN Caroline AUS CHRISTENSEN Simone DEN CRAIN Brooke USA POST Alise USA SMULDERS Laura NED PAJON Mariana COL HERNANDEZ Stefany VEN LE CORGUILLE Laetitia FRA SARASOTA, USA MEN SHARRAH Corben USA STROMBERGS Maris LAT ANDRE Sylvain FRA VAN DER BURG Dave NED WHYTE Tre GBR RAMIREZ YEPES Carlos Alberto COL NYHAUG Tory CAN TORRES Exequiel ARG

MEN SHARRAH Corben USA MOLINA Gonzalo ARG GRAF David SUI NYHAUG Tory CAN TORRES Exequiel ARG PALMER James CAN VAN GENDT Twan NED POSEY Justin USA WOMEN SMULDERS Laura NED SAKAKIBARA Saya AUS BONDARENKO Yaroslava RUS CRAIN Brooke USA GEORGE Danielle USA CURTIS Leanna AUS CHRISTENSEN Simone DEN AFREMOVA Natalia RUS

PAPENDAL, NETHERLANDS MEN HARRAH Corben USA FIELDS Connor USA MIR Amidou FRA TORRES Exequiel ARG NYHAUG Tory CAN VAN GENDT Twan NED LONG Nicholas USA CAMPO Alfredo ECU WOMEN SMULDERS Laura NED BUCHANAN Caroline AUS VALENTINO Manon FRA BAAUW Judy NED MAIRE Camille FRA VANHOOF Elke BEL VAN BENTHEM Merle NED DIAZ Maria Gabriela ARG

WOMEN SMULDERS Laura NED CRAIN Brooke USA VANHOOF Elke BEL BONDARENKO Yaroslava RUS GEVING Amanda USA GEORGE Danielle USA BAAUW Judy NED CHRISTENSEN Simone DEN

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UCI BMX WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA TIME TRIAL â&#x20AC;&#x201C; SUPER FINALS JUNIOR ELITE WOMEN

Rank

Plate

Name

UCI Code

Result

1

142

SMULDERS Merel

NED19980123

44.494

2

138

SHRIEVER Bethany

GBR19990419

44.733

3

141

HUISMAN Ruby

NED19980827

44.832

4

132

RESTREPO Maria Camila

COL19990420

46.211

5

144

FISKEBEKK Silje

NOR19990315

46.824

6

122

REIS Paola

BRA19990815

46.994

7

148

AFREMOVA Natalia

RUS19981114

47.763

8

140

PETERSONE Vineta

LAT19990521

50.395

JUNIOR ELITE MEN

Rank

Plate

Name

UCI Code

Result

1

267

RAGOT RICHARD Mathis

FRA19980503

38.494

2

176

HUGHES Andrew

AUS19980326

38.613

3

259

BOREL Charles

FRA19980127

38.679

4

218

TOUGAS Alex

CAN19980719

38.914

5

171

BOYTON Joshua

AUS19991030

39.907

6

291

BUTTI Cedric

SUI19990723

40.128

7

236

ARANGO LONDONO Leonardo

COL19981004

40.665

8

175

HOMBSCH Jye

AUS19980204

41.982

57


ELITE WOMEN

Rank

Plate

Name

UCI Code

Result

1

68

BUCHANAN Caroline

AUS19901024

41.641

2

110

SMULDERS Laura

NED19931209

41.942

3

100

PAJON Mariana

COL19911010

41.983

4

11

POST Alise

USA19910117

42.29

5

21

REYNOLDS Lauren

AUS19910625

43.439

6

91

VANHOOF Elke

BEL19911216

43.457

7

446

DIAZ Maria Gabriela

ARG19810102

44.131

8

50

POTTIER Magalie

FRA19890316

44.276

9

89

BONDARENKO Yaroslava

RUS19970227

44.404

10

469

HERNANDEZ Stefany

VEN19910615

44.46

11

23

STANCIL Felicia

USA19950518

44.722

12

6

HLADIKOVA Aneta

CZE19840830

44.767

13

93

STEVAUX CARNAVAL Priscilla

BRA19931202

45.039

14

388

BAAUW Judy

NED19940212

45.274

15

555

MCLEOD Melinda

AUS19930212

57.622

16

41

SUVOROVA Natalia

RUS19950822

DNF

58


ELITE MEN

Rank

Plate

Name

UCI Code

Result

1

1

KIMMANN Niek

NED19960520

36.858

2

7

WILLOUGHBY Sam

AUS19910815

36.895

3

81

STROMBERGS Maris

LAT19870310

37.1

4

64

LONG Nicholas

USA19891006

37.181

5

566

OQUENDO ZABALA Carlos Mario

COL19871116

37.22

6

65

PHILLIPS Liam

GBR19890311

37.236

7

278

RAMIREZ YEPES Carlos Alberto

COL19940312

37.379

8

44

DEAN Anthony

AUS19910422

37.521

9

24

SHARRAH Corben

USA19920420

37.562

10

436

MIR Amidou

FRA19950101

37.665

11

421

RICCARDI Romain

ITA19880726

38.133

12

595

MOLINA Gonzalo

ARG19950505

38.272

13

29

RENCUREL Jeremy

FRA19950413

38.34

14

996

KRIGERS Kristens

LAT19960825

38.704

15

39

ANDRE Sylvain

FRA19921014

DNF

16

33

DAUDET Joris

FRA19910212

DNF

59


JUNIOR ELITE WOMEN

Rank

Plate

Name

UCI Code

Run 1

1

141

HUISMAN Ruby

NED19980827

45.664

2

148

AFREMOVA Natalia

RUS19981114

46.295

3

144

FISKEBEKK Silje

NOR19990315

46.541

4

139

HATAKEYAMA Sae

JPN19990607

46.831

5

142

SMULDERS Merel

NED19980123

46.984

6

132

RESTREPO Maria Camila

COL19990420

49.461

7

125

BELANGER Megane

CAN19980412

54.667

8

138

SHRIEVER Bethany

GBR19990419

01:50.1

JUNIOR ELITE MEN

Rank

Plate

Name

UCI Code

Run 1

1

289

PEEL Maynard

NZL19991028

38.931

2

267

RAGOT RICHARD Mathis

FRA19980503

39.291

3

291

BUTTI Cedric

SUI19990723

39.551

4

218

TOUGAS Alex

CAN19980719

39.965

5

236

ARANGO LONDONO Leonardo

COL19981004

40.273

6

175

HOMBSCH Jye

AUS19980204

40.895

7

286

VAN DE GROENENDAAL Kevin

NED19990209

41.6

8

285

KIMMANN Justin

NED19980805

01:04.5

60


JUNIOR ELITE WOMEN

Rank

Plate

Name

UCI Code

Run 1

1

100

PAJON Mariana

COL19911010

41.385

2

68

BUCHANAN Caroline

AUS19901024

42.312

3

11

POST Alise

USA19910117

42.861

4

971

VALENTINO Manon

FRA19900825

43.667

5

89

BONDARENKO Yaroslava

RUS19970227

43.903

6

75

VAN BENTHEM Merle

NED19921207

44.815

7

469

HERNANDEZ Stefany

VEN19910615

46.181

8

555

MCLEOD Melinda

AUS19930212

47.776

JUNIOR ELITE MEN

Rank

Plate

Name

UCI Code

Run 1

1

33

DAUDET Joris

FRA19910212

36.737

2

1

KIMMANN Niek

NED19960520

36.785

3

64

LONG Nicholas

USA19891006

38.38

4

29

RENCUREL Jeremy

FRA19950413

38.98

5

127

TREIMANIS Edzus

LAT19880421

39.311

6

148

VAN GENDT Twan

NED19920609

39.588

7

436

MIR Amidou

FRA19950101

40.408

8

278

RAMIREZ YEPES Carlos Alberto

COL19940312

01:18.9

61


5 & 6 BOYS 1. TOWNLEY Corey – United States 2. McCORNICK CALDERON Dwayn – Puerto Rico 3. CREIGHTON Oskar – Australia 4. SOLOMON Tristan – United States 5. KRAUKLIS Patriks – Latvia 6. ABRIGO Tomas – Chile 7. ZABALA Facundo Joaquin – Argentina 8. ALFARO Joaquin – Chile 5-7 GIRLS 1. ALVARADO LANDA Gisela Alexa – Ecuador 2 AGUILERA Mariana – Bolivia 3. SERRANO Ainara – Columbia 4. BUITRAGO Kmila – Colombia 5. HERRERA Florencia – Chile 6. KUIPERS Jayloisa – Netherlands 7. SANCHEZ Isabella – Colombia 8. VILLEGAS Sofia – Colombia 7 BOYS 1. PERKINS Justin – United States 2. PASSANISI Hayden – United States 3. TILLOTSON Aiden – Australia 4. GOORMAN Deon – Netherlands 5. SALGADO MONTANO Matias Da – Ecuador 6. DOMORACKIS Markuss – Latvia 7. SAYAGO Jeronimo – Colombia 8. MUNOZ Jeronimo – Colombia 8 GIRLS 1. PINEIRO Alma – Argentina 2. BOTFIELD Vada – Australia 3. BROOK Esme – Great Britain 4. NEQUEST Abigail – Great Britain 5. DELGADO Maria – Colombia 6. RENDALL TODD Elsa – Great Britain 7. GEERS Julie – Belgium 8. SPRATT Taylor – United States 8 BOYS 1. ORDONEZ Sebastian – Bolivia 2. MILLS Bailey – Australia 3. GARZON Sergio – Colombia 4. RODRIGUEZ Jeronimo – Colombia 5. MARULANDA Samuel – Colombia 6. ROJAS Emmanuel – Columbia 7. BROOKE-SMITH Luke – New Zealand 8. WILDBORE Myles – Great Britain

9 GIRLS 1. EDEN Portia – Australia 2. FORONDA Nicole – Colombia 3. GREENOUGH Lily – New Zealand 4. STEVIS Valencia – Australia 5. RUARTE Agostina Micaela – Argentina 6. OBERHOLZER Rebekah – Zimbabwe 7. PAULAZZO Zemirah – United States 8. MARTINEZ Amanda – Chile 9 BOYS 1. MONTELLANO Karter – United States 2. OZOLINS Markuss – Latvia 3. ZAPATA Juan – Colombia 4. PALMEZANO Tomas – Colombia 5. ABRIGO Pedro – Chile 6. MANOZCA Juan – Colombia 7. VAN DEENE Maddox – Netherlands 8. NEUMANN Federico – Ecuador 10 GIRLS 1. EARNEST Sacha – New Zealand 2. MILLS Sacha – Australia 3. CRISTODULO Grecia – Bolivia 4. GOEZ Maria – Colombia 5. GRACIA Sara – Colombia 6. KIBARE Paula – Latvia 7. HURRY Isabella – Great Britain 8. MONNANTEUIL Mila – France 10 BOYS 1. KIM Ronnie- United States 2. CAPELLO Federico – Argentina 3. FEDERICONE Tiziano – Argentina 4. FAURE Matteo – France 5. MORESCO ZIMMERMANN Luca – Brazil 6. BROWN Deegan – United States 7. BAKKEN Luke – United States 8. ROJAS Urian – Columbia 11 GIRLS 1. WALKER Leila – New Zealand 2. MUNOZ Silvana – Columbia 3. MUNOZ Manuela – Columbia 4. PENNY Brooke – New Zealand 5. CAMPO Silvia – Colombia 6. MARIN Sofia – Columbia 7. LE GOUAREGUER Mailis – France 8. RIVERA Angela – Peru 11 BOYS 1. TUCKER Thomas – Australia 2. GREENOUGH Jack – New Zealand 3. NOORDAM Jason – Netherlands 4. HOWARTH Callum – Australia

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5. 6. 7. 8.

SILVA ALVAREZ Fernando Seba – Ecuador WILLIAMS Cutter – United States VAN DEN EIJNDEN Guus – Netherlands OCONNOR Luke – United States

12 GIRLS 1. POETS Kjelle – Belgium 2. MORA CORDERO Domenica Gisse – Ecuador 3. RIOS Valeria – Columbia 4. ORTIZ Caroline – Columbia 5. CARDOSO Victoria Agustina – Argentina 6. BODINEAU Agathe – France 7. BRINDJONC Lea – France 8. PENUELA Carolina – Columbia 12 BOYS 1. KENNY Tyson – Australia 2. SANTA Santigo – Columbia 3. ELIZONDO Valentino – United States 4. LAENEN Seppe – Belgium 5. PIPERS Casper – Netherlands 6. PIEPERS Bo – Netherlands 7. BRINK Jaymio – Netherlands 8. STEINER Filib – Switzerland 13 GIRLS 1. VELASQUEZ Valentina – Columbia 2. CHRISTENSEN Mia – Denmark 3. BELTRANDO Mariane – France 4. LAUFFER SCHULER Julia – Brazil 5. ANYON Lauren – Great Britain 6. MARTINEZ Manuela – Columbia 7. MUNOZ Valentina – Columbia 8. PERKINS Mikayla – Australia 13 BOYS 1. SHRIEVER Luke – Great Britain 2. JANSEN Jimmy – Netherlands 3. MERITO Cooper- New Zealand 4. CHUDZIK Henry – United States 5. ASMUS Jesse – Australia 6. POMILIO Lucas – Argentina 7. LETELLIER Thomas – France 8. ROUSSEAU Louison – France 14 GIRLS 1. BARNES Des’Ree – Australia 2. GOOSSENS Marthe – Belgium 3. TAYLOR Darcie – Great Britain 4. IMBERT Camille – France 5. CAVALLI Agustina – Argentina 6. MIRANDA URGILEZ Romina – Ecuador 7. GAYHEART Mckenzie – United States 8. COLBY Lexis – United States

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14 BOYS 1. MARTIN Ryan – Great Britan 2. MATURANO Franco – Argentina 3. OEGEMA Rinke – Netherlands 4. ALVAREZ Carlos – Colombia 5. BOREL Tristan – Switzerland 6. MEEKINS Matthew – United States 7. REINHEIMER MACHADO Iago – Brazil 8. ISTIL Anaia – France 15 GIRLS 1. SCOTT Jordan – United States 2. MCGILL Molly – Australia 3. AFFOO Lorsyn – Australia 4. LUTTRELL Baylee – New Zealand 5. SMITH Jessie – New Zealand 6. JACOBS Carly – United States 7. CADAVID Ana – Colombia 8. GERRITSE Femke – Netherlands 15 BOYS 1. CALKIN Cailen – New Zealand 2. CULLEN Ross – Great Britain 3. RAMIREZ Juan – Colombia 4. GLAZERS Edvards – Latvia 5. BONDU Maxime – France 6. RAMIREZ David – Argentina 7. GENESTRONI Robin – France 8. SHAYLOR Bradley – Australia 16 GIRLS 1. ARMSTRONG Olivia – United States 2. MORIN Stephani – United States 3. YUKI Sumiko – United States 4. NIJS Yentl- Belgium 5. DAWSON Dena – United States 6. TANNO Kanami – Japan 7. LACK Saskja – Switzerland 8. NAVES BARRETO Maite – Brazil 16 BOYS 1. JUNG Gautier – France 2. RODWAY Nathaniel – Australia 3. ZULUAGA Carlos – Colombia 4. ALVAREZ PESANTEZ Josue Seba – Ecuador 5. VIEILLARD Baptiste – France 6. SASOH Kyoh – Japan 7. AFFOO Kye – Australia 8. NAVARRO Ugo – France MEN 17-24 1. BANUELOS Joshua – United States 2. BOB Alec – United States 3. REZENDE Eduardo – Brazil


4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

MOORE Cameron – United States FAUTRAI Bilal – France GONCALVES Felippi – Brazil RICHMOND Justin – United States CHORETIER Thibault – France

MEN 25-29 1. VAN DER KOLK Robin – Netherlands 2. MESQUITA SILVA Gustavo – Brazil 3. MONLEON Alexandre – France 4. AERTS Maik – Netherlands 5. MONSALVE Alejandro – Colombia 6. ERNSTSONS Kaspars – Latvia 7. SARMIENTO Mauricio – Bolivia 8. DAVID Carlos Agustin – Argentina MEN 30 & OVER 1. PRETEL ROSERO Luis Antonio – Ecuador 2. BUSTOS Jonathan Vicente- Argentina 3. ALVAREZ Sergio – Chile 4. URIBE Andres – Colombia 5. ESTEVEZ Juan – Colombia 6. GUEHENEUC Pierre – France 7. BELTER Ricardo Fernando – Brazil 8. FERNANDES VIEIRA Giovanni – Brazil WOMEN 17 AND OVER 1. VEDDER Tamar – Netherlands 2. OLIVER Lacey – Australia 3. ORTIZ Karla – Chile 4. DELORME Pauline – France 5. WOODCOCK-TAKURUA Holly – New Zealand 6. HOWARD Taylour – United States 7. SOUCAZE Catherine – France 8. GEERLING Tessa – Netherlands 30 & OVER MASTERS 1. BECERINE Cristian Daniel – Argentina 2. HOFFMAN Anthony – United States 3. VAN DEN DIKKENBERG Rick – Netherlands 4. MANRIQUE Carlos – Bolivarian R 5. KELLY Jason – New Zealand 6. PAULETTO Person – Brazil 7. AGUES Jordy – Netherlands 8. BRINK Dorus – Netherlands

6. TUCKER Thomas – Australia 7. GUTIERREZ Edwin – Colombia 8. BRINK Jaymio – Netherlands 13 & 14 MEN CRUISER 1. ALVAREZ Carlos – Colombia 2. AGUILERA Ignacio – Chile 3. REINHEIMER MACHADO Iago – Brazil 4. VICUNA NIETO Jose Gustavo – Ecuador 5. SANTOS MEDEIROS DE QUEIR – Brazil 6. ANDERSEN Amakye – United States 7. RADAELLI Marco – Italy 8. PAREZ Andres – Colombia 15 & 16 MEN CRUISER 1. VIEILLARD Baptiste – France 2. BOUDET Mathias – France 3. RAMIREZ Juan – Colombia 4. PALACIOS MUNOZ Juan Diego – Ecuador 5. MORA CORDERO Gabriel Mauric – Ecuador 6. SUAREZ Santiago – Colombia 7. ALVAREZ PESANTEZ Josue Seba – Ecuador 8. JUNG Gautier – France 17 – 24 MEN CRUISER 1. REZENDE Eduardo – Brazil 2. CUTMORE Oliver – Great Britain 3. DUVAL Hugo – France 4. GONCALVES Felippi – Brazil 5. BLOM Roberto – Netherlands 6. FAUTRAI Bilal – France 7. BOYLE Michael – United States 8. RESTREPO Daniel – Colombia 25-29 MEN CRUISER 1. VAN DER KOLK Robin Netherlands 2. AERTS Maik Netherlands 3. CARRION Cristian Gabriel Argentina 4. MESQUITA SILVA Gustavo Brazil 5. SUAREZ Julian Colombia 6. ROMERO Patrick United State 7. VASQUEZ Carlos Colombia 8. CORRALES Deybi Colombia

12 & UNDER MEN CRUISER 1. BENALCAZAR GUERRERO Pedr – Ecuador 2. SANTA Santiago – Colombia 3. ELIZONDO Valentino – United States 4. LAENEN Seppe – Belgium 5. BAKKEN Jack – United States

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30-34 MEN CRUISER 1. AGUES Jordy – Netherlands 2. VAN DEN DIKKENBERG Rick – Netherlands 3. HERNANDEZ Fabian – Colombia 4. PRETEL ROSERO Luis Antonio – Ecuador 5. ALVAREZ Sergio – Chile 6. FUENTES Marcos Fabian – Argentina 7. MOLINA Luis – Colombia 8. GAILLARD Charly – France

17-29 WOMEN CRUISER 1. VEDDER Tamar – Netherlands 2. WOODCOCK-TAKURUA Holly – New Zealand 3. GEERLING Tessa – Netherlands 4. ALVES PEREIRA Leticia Martins – Brazil 5. SOUCAZE Catherine – France 6. GEORGANTAS Caitlin – New Zealand 7. RIBEIRO DE SOUZA Thaise Lanu – Brazil 8. FAUGHT Antonia – United States

35-39 MEN CRUISER 1. BRINK Dorus – Netherlands 2. HARMON Jonas – United States 3. JOHNS Tyrone – South Africa 4. GUEHENEUC Pierre – France 5. GOMES DA SILVA Edmilson – Brazil 6. MOREIRA Paulo – United State 7. ELISABETH Bryan – Aruba 8. DUART Ronald – France 40-44 MEN CRUISER 1. TARDIVET Christophe – France 2. MOREIRA Vinny – United States 3. SHAW Andrew – Great Britain 4. BREJITA Junny – Netherlands 5. CARRILLO Rodrigo – Mexico 6. PFEIFFER John – United States 7. VAN ZOMEREN Richard – Netherlands 8. STREET Chad – United States

30 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

45 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

& OVER MEN CRUISER SCRUSE Brett – Australia CARNES Jason – United States BIGNELL Jeffrey – Netherlands GOMEZ Raul – United States TARIS Nicolas – France PLENTZ Vitor Jose – Brazil BEAUMONT Stephane – France IMBERT Olivier – France

16 & UNDER WOMEN CRUISER 1. SMITH Jessie – New Zealand 2. ARMSTRONG Olivia – United States 3. YUKI Sumiko – United States 4. BOLLE Gabriela – Colombia 5. MIRANDA URGILEZ – Romina Ecuador 6. PIZARRO Rocio – Chile 7. VARGAS Melissa – Colombia 8. HAPKA Clara – France

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& OVER WOMEN CRUISER ORTIZ Karla – Chile LINGHAM Virginia – United States 5LEINONEN Outi – Finland YOUNG Carley – United States BOTFIELD Julia – Australia GIBSON Melanie – Australia CAMERON Sandy – Australia LAWRENCE Danielle – Australia


OLYMPICS 2016 RIO DE JANIERO, BRAZIL MEN FIELDS Connor USA van GORKOM Jelle NED RAMIREZ YEPES Carlos Alberto COL LONG Nicholas USA NYHAUG Tory CAN WILLOUGHBY Sam AUS KIMMANN Niek NED DEAN Anthony AUS

WOMEN PAJON Mariana COL POST Alise USA HERNANDEZ Stefany VEN CRAIN Brooke USA BONDARENKO Yaroslava RUS VANHOOF Elke BEL SMULDERS Laura NED VALENTINO Manon FRA

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BMX Event Australia Pty Ltd (A Company Limited By Guarantee) A.C.N. 502 637 472 Special Purpose Financial Report

For The Year Ended 30th June 2016

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CONTENTS Directors' Report Auditor's Independence Declaration Statement of Profit or Loss and Other Comprehensive Income Statement of Financial Position Statement of Changes in Equity Statement of Cash Flows Notes to Financial Statements Directors' Declaration Independent Auditor's Report

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 DIRECTORS' REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 The directors of BMX Australia Limited present their report on the financial statements of the company for the year ended 30 June 2016. Directors The names of the Directors of the company holding office during the year and to the date of this report are: Barry Knight Dale Percy (appointed 7 November 2015) Katrina Harnwell (appointed 28 April 2016) Steve Dinmore (resigned 7 November 2015) Andy Mellish Graham King (appointed 7 November 2015) Anita Wells Directors have been in office since the start of the financial year to the date of this report unless otherwise stated. Principal activities To carry out the company's strategies and to achieve its short-term and long-term objectives, the principal activities of the company during the financial year are: -

Developing 'best practice' education to assist State Associations and Club to recruit and retain coaches, officials and volunteers. Promote and provide information to all members on development of appropriate policies and guidelines to ensure a safe, fair and ethical sporting culture at all levels. Work to improve the quality and quantity of BMX facilities across Australia in partnership with the State, Federal government and local council. Provide quality assured qualifications events for World Qualification and Olympic qualifications. Management and administration of BMX Australia High Performance Program to sit under BMX Australia. Introduce web based live streaming and television broadcasting of events. Enhance governance arrangements to increase Board and management effectiveness and accountability.

Review of operations Results The operating result for the current year, amounted to a surplus of:

$

2016 123,838

$

2015 96,100

The company's short term objectives are to: -

Provide a supportive framework for members to grow within the sport Opportunities for participation and excellence Pathways for all participants to enjoy the benefits of BMX.

The company's long term objectives are to: -

Create and nurture strong relationships Create increased opportunities Build high performance culture.

To achieve these objectives, the company has adopted the following strategies: -

Work on creating and maintaining strong relationships and commercial partnerships Increase enjoyment and experience for all participants with improved BMX facilities and events Improve financial sustainability, communications strategy and best practice.

Key performance indicators BMX uses membership figures in total, state, product and gender to measure, analyse and monitor its peformance. We also consider athletes ranking for both World Championship and Olympics. There are also various financial ratios that we use to evaluate business performances. Information on directors All directors are non-executive directors. No director receives remuneration of any kind for their services as a director, in accordance with Section 5-27 of the club's constitution. As the company is limited by guarantee, no directors have any interests in shares. Barry Knight - Director Qualifications Experience Special responsibilities

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- Business Management - Company Director 30 years Endeavour Group - President


BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 DIRECTORS' REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 (Continued) Information on directors Dale Percy - Director Qualifications Experience Special responsibilities

- Business Management, Presenter, and Assessor - Business Owner - Vice President BMXA

Katrina Harnwell - Director Qualifications Experience Special responsibilities

- BeC, CA, Mtax - Financial services, Tax - Finance and Governance

Steve Dinmore Andy Mellish - Director Qualifications Experience Special responsibilities

- Trainer / Assessor, Safety Officer, Frontline Management - 20 years Project Manager - National Officiating Director

Graham King - Director Qualifications Experience

- B.Sc. (Hons) Mechanical Engineering - 30 years in Aerospace Projects

Anita Wells - Director Qualifications Experience

- Training and Assessment: Social Housing and Community - Policy and Project Management

Meeting of Directors During the financial year, 5 meetings of directors were held. Attendances were as follows: Directors Meetings Number eligible to attend Number attended 5 5 2 2 5 3 3 3 2 2 5 5 5 5

Barry Knight Dale Percy Katrina Harnwell Steve Dinmore Graham King Andy Mellish Anita Wells

Members Guarantee The company is incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 as a company limited by guarantee. If the company is wound up, the constitution states that each member is required to contribute a maximum of $1 each towards meeting any outstanding obligations of the entity. At 30 June 2016, the number of members was 6. The combined total amount that members of the company are liable to contribute if the company is wound up is $6. Auditor's independence declaration A copy of the auditor's independence declaration as required under S307C of the Corporations Act 2001 is set out on page 5. Signed in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors.

Barry Knight

Katrina Harnwell

, Director

, Director

Sydney, 1 November 2016

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 AUDITOR'S INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION UNDER S307C OF THE CORPORATIONS ACT 2001 We declare that, to the best of our knowledge and belief, during the year ended 30 June 2016 there have been: (i) no contraventions of the auditor independence requirements as set out in the Corporations Act 2001 in relation to the audit; and (ii) no contraventions of any applicable code of professional conduct.

FELSERS Chartered Accountants

Steven H. Zabeti Partner Sydney, 31 October 2016

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 STATEMENT OF PROFIT OR LOSS AND OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 Note Revenues Less: Advertising and promotion Audit and accounting Coach courses and development Consultancy and contractors Depreciation and amortisation expense Employee benefits expense Impairment losses Insurance Junior development Lease expense Legal expense Member plates Printing and stationary Repairs and maintenance expense Sprocket program Travel and accomodation UCI and world championships Other expenses

2

2016 $

2015 $

1,402,064

1,175,782

(30,870) (33,417) (5,210) (333,261) (7,407) (168,664) (8,430) (127,808) (52,719) (41,467) (32,336) (28,765) (672) (200,269) (206,931)

(70,748) (8,914) (7,413) (146,568) (7,793) (367,977) (12,502) (134,411) (31,397) (40,864) (36,008) (2,250) (24,379) (726) (7,240) (79,151) (9,092) (92,249)

123,838

96,100

-

-

Total other comprehensive income for the year

123,838

96,100

Total comprehensive income attributable to members of the entity

123,838

96,100

Surplus for the year Other comprehensive income

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS AT 30 JUNE 2016 Note CURRENT ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents Receivables Other assets

3 4 6

2015 $

1,560,721 16,158 52,972

1,338,529 44,759 52,972

1,629,851

1,436,260

11,358 11,200

16,788 11,200

22,558

27,988

1,652,409

1,464,248

198,963 2,728 1,275

60,666 7,977 70,000

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

202,966

138,643

TOTAL LIABILITIES

202,966

138,643

1,449,443

1,325,605

1,449,443

1,325,605

1,449,443

1,325,605

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS NON-CURRENT ASSETS Property, plant and equipment Other assets

5 6

TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES Payables Provisions Other liabilities

7 8 9

NET ASSETS EQUITY Accumulated surplus TOTAL EQUITY

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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2016 $

10


BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 Accumulated Surplus $ Balance as at 1 July 2014

Total $

1,229,505

1,229,505

96,100

96,100

Other comprehensive income

-

-

Balance as at 30 June 2015

1,325,605

1,325,605

Balance as at 1 July 2015

1,325,605

1,325,605

123,838

123,838

Other comprehensive income

-

-

Balance as at 30 June 2016

1,449,443

1,449,443

Surplus for the year

Surplus for the year

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 Note

2016 $

2015 $

CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Receipts from customers Payment to suppliers and employees Interest received Net cash (used in) / provided by operating activities

1,528,723 (1,544,922) 14,985 11 (a)

(1,214)

1,360,669 (1,149,353) 23,749 235,065

CASH FLOW FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Payments for bonds and deposits Payments to controlled entity Payment for property, plant and equipment

225,383 (1,977)

(11,200) (38,254) (14,820)

Net cash provided by / (used in) investing activities

223,406

(64,274)

Net increase in cash and cash equivalents held

222,192

170,791

1,338,529

1,167,738

1,560,721

1,338,529

Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the year Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the year

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 1. Statement of Significant Accounting Policies BMX Australia Limited is a not-for-profit company incorporated and domiciled in Australia. Basis of preparation: The financial report is a special purpose financial report prepared in order to satisfy the financial report preparation requirement of the Corporations Act 2001. The directors have determined that the company is not a reporting entity. The financial report were authorised for issue on 1 November 2016 by the directors of the company. The financial report is for the entity BMX Australia Limited as an individual entity. BMX Australia Limited is a company limited by guarantee, incorporated and domiciled in Australia. BMX Australia Limited is a not-for-profit entity for the purpose of preparing the financial statements. The financial report has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 and the following Accounting Standards: AASB 101 AASB 107 AASB 108 AASB 1031 AASB 1048 AASB 1054

Presentation of Financial Statements Cash Flow Statements Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates and Errors Materiality Interpretation and Application of Standards Australian Additional Disclosures

Accounting Policies a) Revenue Revenue from the rendering of services is recognised upon the delivery of the service to the customers. Interest revenue is recognised when it becomes receivable on a proportional basis taking into account the interest rates applicable to the financial assets. Insurance revenue is recognised upon the invoice being issued. Membership fees and licenses, and other revenue are recognised when payment is received. All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST). b) Contributions - Government Grants and Donations A non-reciprocal contribution or grant is recognised when the company obtains control of the contribution or grant and it is probable that the economic benefits will flow to the entity, and the amount of the contribution or grant can be measured reliably. If conditions attached to the contribution or grant that must be satisfied before the company is eligible to receive the contribution, recognition of contribution or income is deferred until those conditions are met. When the entity receives grants but is obliged to give directly approximately equal value to the contributor, recognition of grant income will be deferred until the delivery of service. c) Cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand and at banks, short-term deposits with an original maturity of three months or less held at call with financial institutions, and bank overdrafts. Bank overdrafts are shown within short-term borrowings in current liabilities on the statement of financial position. d) Property, plant and equipment Each class of plant and equipment is carried at cost or fair value as indicated less, where applicable, any accumulated depreciation and impairment losses. Plant and equipment Plant and equipment is measured on the cost basis. Depreciation The depreciable amount of all plant and equipment is depreciated over their estimated useful lives commencing from the time the asset is held ready for use. Land and the land component of any class of property, plant and equipment is not depreciated. e) Impairment of non-financial assets An impairment loss is recognised where the carrying amount of the asset exceeds its recoverable amount. The recoverable amount of an asset is defined as the higher of its fair value less costs to sell and value in use. The recoverable amount is assessed on the basis of the expected net cash flows which will be received from the assets employment and subsequent disposal. The expected net cash flows have been discounted to present values in determining recoverable amounts.

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 1. Statement of Significant Accounting Policies BMX Australia Limited is a not-for-profit company incorporated and domiciled in Australia. Basis of preparation: The financial report is a special purpose financial report prepared in order to satisfy the financial report preparation requirement of the Corporations Act 2001. The directors have determined that the company is not a reporting entity. The financial report were authorised for issue on 1 November 2016 by the directors of the company. The financial report is for the entity BMX Australia Limited as an individual entity. BMX Australia Limited is a company limited by guarantee, incorporated and domiciled in Australia. BMX Australia Limited is a not-for-profit entity for the purpose of preparing the financial statements. The financial report has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 and the following Accounting Standards: AASB 101 AASB 107 AASB 108 AASB 1031 AASB 1048 AASB 1054

Presentation of Financial Statements Cash Flow Statements Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates and Errors Materiality Interpretation and Application of Standards Australian Additional Disclosures

Accounting Policies a) Revenue Revenue from the rendering of services is recognised upon the delivery of the service to the customers. Interest revenue is recognised when it becomes receivable on a proportional basis taking into account the interest rates applicable to the financial assets. Insurance revenue is recognised upon the invoice being issued. Membership fees and licenses, and other revenue are recognised when payment is received. All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST). b) Contributions - Government Grants and Donations A non-reciprocal contribution or grant is recognised when the company obtains control of the contribution or grant and it is probable that the economic benefits will flow to the entity, and the amount of the contribution or grant can be measured reliably. If conditions attached to the contribution or grant that must be satisfied before the company is eligible to receive the contribution, recognition of contribution or income is deferred until those conditions are met. When the entity receives grants but is obliged to give directly approximately equal value to the contributor, recognition of grant income will be deferred until the delivery of service. c) Cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand and at banks, short-term deposits with an original maturity of three months or less held at call with financial institutions, and bank overdrafts. Bank overdrafts are shown within short-term borrowings in current liabilities on the statement of financial position. d) Property, plant and equipment Each class of plant and equipment is carried at cost or fair value as indicated less, where applicable, any accumulated depreciation and impairment losses. Plant and equipment Plant and equipment is measured on the cost basis. Depreciation The depreciable amount of all plant and equipment is depreciated over their estimated useful lives commencing from the time the asset is held ready for use. Land and the land component of any class of property, plant and equipment is not depreciated. e) Impairment of non-financial assets An impairment loss is recognised where the carrying amount of the asset exceeds its recoverable amount. The recoverable amount of an asset is defined as the higher of its fair value less costs to sell and value in use. The recoverable amount is assessed on the basis of the expected net cash flows which will be received from the assets employment and subsequent disposal. The expected net cash flows have been discounted to present values in determining recoverable amounts.

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016

2. Revenue Operating Revenue - Grants and other contributions - Membership fees and licenses Other Revenue - Travel recharges - Insurance recovery - Sundry income Other Income - Interest income

Total Revenue

2016 $

2015 $

316,064 1,003,846 1,319,910

137,500 967,845 1,105,345

42,748 24,188 233 67,169

9,058 32,503 5,127 46,688

14,985 14,985

23,749 23,749

1,402,064

1,175,782

300 1,560,421 1,560,721

300 1,338,229 1,338,529

28,660 (12,502) 16,158

19,007 (12,502) 6,505

-

38,254

16,158

44,759

113,524 (102,166) 11,358

111,547 (94,759) 16,788

52,972 52,972

52,972 52,972

11,200 11,200

11,200 11,200

3. Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash on hand Cash at bank

4. Receivables Current - Trade debtors - Impairment loss Amounts receivables from: - Controlled entity

5. Property, Plant and Equipment Plant and equipment at cost Accumulated depreciation Total property, plant and equipment 6. Other Assets Current Prepayments Non Current Bonds and deposits

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016

7. Trade and Other Payables Current Trade creditors GST credits Other payables Amounts payable to: - Controlled entity

2016 $

2015 $

13,724 (10,697) 8,807 11,834

24,708 13,402 22,556 60,666

187,129 198,963

60,666

2,728 2,728

7,977 7,977

1,275

70,000

1,325,605 123,838 1,449,443

1,229,505 96,100 1,325,605

8. Provisions Current Employee benefits 9. Other Liabilities Current Income in advance 10. Accumulated Surplus Accumulated surplus at the beginning of the year Net surplus

11. Cash Flow Information a. Reconciliation of cash Cash at the end of the financial year as shown in the statement of cash flows is reconciled to the related items in the statement of financial position is as follows: Cash on hand Cash at bank

b. Reconciliation of cash flow from operations with profit after income tax Surplus for the year Non-cash flows in profit - depreciation Changes in net assets and liabilities - (increase)/decrease in receivables - decrease in other assets - (decrease)/increase in trade and other payables - (decrease)/increase in other liabilities - (decrease) in provisions Net cash provided by operating activities

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300 1,560,421 1,560,721

300 1,338,229 1,338,529

123,838

96,100

7,407

7,793

(9,653) (48,832) (68,725) (5,249)

60,706 6,141 11,125 70,000 (16,800)

(1,214)

235,065


BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472

-

-

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016

12. Events Subsequent to Balance Date No matters or circumstances have arisen since the end of the financial year which significantly affected or may significantly affect the operations of the company, the results of those operations, or the state of affairs of the company in future financial years.

2016 $

2015 $

13. Capital and Leasing Commitments (a) Operating lease commitments Non-cancellable operating leases contracted for but not capitalised in the financial statements: Payable - not later than one year - later than one year and not later than five years

41,403 6,990 48,393

41,403 48,393 89,796

The property lease for the Alexandria office is a non-cancellable lease which commenced on 14 August 2014, with a three-year term, with rent payable monthly in advance. Contingent rental provisions within the lease agreement require that the minimum lease payments shall be increased by 4% per annum. Balances exclude GST. 14. Company Details The registered office of the company and principal place of business of the company is Unit 12, 56 O'Riordan Street Alexandria NSW 2015.

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 DIRECTORS' DECLARATION The Directors of the company declare that: 1. the financial statements and notes, as set out on pages 6 to 14, are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001 and: a) comply with Australian Accounting Standards - Reduced Disclosure Requirements ; and b) give a true and fair view of the financial position as at 30 June 2016 and of the performance for the year ended on that date; 2. in the Directors' opinion there are reasonable grounds to believe that the company will be able to pay its debts as and when they become due and payable.

This declaration is made in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors.

___________________________________, Director Barry Knight

___________________________________, Director Katrina Harnwell Date: 1 November 2016

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BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED (A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE) A.C.N 602 637 472 INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF BMX AUSTRALIA LIMITED We have audited the accompanying financial report of the BMX Australia Limited, which comprises the statement of financial position as at 30 June 2016, the statement of profit and loss and other comprehensive income, statement of changes in equity and statement of cash flows for the year ended on that date, a summary of significant accounting policies, other explanatory notes and the directors’ declaration. Directors’ Responsibility for the Financial Report The directors of the company are responsible for the preparation of the financial report that gives a true and fair view in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards - Reduced Disclosure Requirements and the Corporations Act 2001 and for such internal control as the directors determine is necessary to enable the preparation of the financial report that is free from material misstatement whether due to fraud or error.

Auditor’s Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. Those Standards require that we comply with relevant ethical requirements relating to audit engagements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the financial report is free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation of the financial report that gives a true and fair view in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the board of directors, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial report. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion. Independence In conducting our audit, we have complied with the independence requirements of the Corporations Act 2001. We confirm that the independence declaration required by the Corporations Act 2001, which was given to the directors of BMX Australia Limited, would be the same terms if given to the directors as at the time of this auditor's report. Unqualified Opinion The prior year comparative figures of this financial report were audited by another auditor. Due to time and practical constraints, we were unable to satisfy ourselves as to the correctness and reasonableness of prior year comparative figures. Auditor’s Opinion In our opinion, the financial report of the BMX Australia Limited is in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001, including: i. giving a true and fair view of the company’s financial position as at 30 June 2016 and of its performance for the year ended on that date; and ii. complying with Australian Accounting Standards - Reduced Disclosure Requirements as described in Note 1 and the Corporations Regulations 2001 . Basis of Accounting Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to Note 1 of the financial report, which describes the basis of accounting. The financial report has been prepared for the purpose of fulfilling the directors' financial reporting responsibilities under the Corporations Act 2001 . As a result, the financial report may not be suitable for another purpose.

FELSERS Chartered Accountants

Steven Zabeti Partner Date: 1 November 2016

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BMX Event Australia Pty Ltd A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 Special Purpose Financial Report

For The Year Ended 30th June 2016

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CONTENTS Directors' Report Auditor's Independence Declaration Statement of Profit or Loss and Other Comprehensive Income Statement of Financial Position Statement of Changes in Equity Statement of Cash Flows Notes to Financial Statements Directors' Declaration Independent Auditor's Report

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BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 DIRECTORS' REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 The directors of BMX Events Australia Pty Ltd present their report on the company for the financial year ended 30 June 2016. Directors The names of the directors in office at any time during or since the end of the year are: Barry Knight Directors have been in office since the start of the financial year to the date of this report unless otherwise stated. Review of operations Results The operating result for the financial year, amounted to a (deficit) / surplus of:

$

2016 (2,048)

$

2015 134,937

Significant changes in the state of affairs No significant changes in the company's state of affairs occurred during the financial year. Principal activities The principal activities of the company during the financial year were managing BMX sporting events. No significant change in the nature of these activities occurred during the year. Events subsequent to the end of the reporting period No matters or circumstances have arisen since the end of the financial year which significantly affected or may significantly affect the operations of the company, the results of those operations, or the state of affairs of the company in future financial years. Likely developments and expected results of operations Likely developments in the operations of the company and the expected results of those operations in future financial years have not been included in this report as the inclusion of such information is likely to result in unreasonable prejudice to the company. Environmental issues The company's operations are not subject to any significant environmental regulations under a law of the Commonwealth or of a state or territory. Options No options over issued shares or interests in a company were granted during or since the end of the financial year and there were no options outstanding at the date of this report. Indemnification of officers or auditors No indemnities have been given or insurance premiums paid, during or since the end of the financial year, for any person who is or has been an officer or auditor of the company. Proceedings on behalf of the company No person has applied for leave of court to bring proceedings on behalf of the company or intervene in any proceedings to which the company is a party for the purposes of taking responsibility on behalf of the company for all or any part of those proceedings. The company was not a party to any such proceedings during the year. Auditor's independence A copy of the auditor's independence declaration as required under S307C of the Corporations Act 2001 is set out on page 4. The directors' report is signed in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors.

Barry Knight

, Director

Sydney, 1 November 2016

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Katrina Harnwell

, Finance Director

Sydney, 1 November 2016


BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 AUDITOR'S INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION UNDER S307C OF THE CORPORATIONS ACT 2001 We declare that, to the best of our knowledge and belief, during the year ended 30 June 2016 there have been: (i) no contraventions of the auditor's independence requirements as set out in the Corporations Act 2001 in relation to the audit; and (ii) no contraventions of any applicable code of professional conduct in relation to the audit.

FELSERS Chartered Accountants

Steven Zabeti Partner Sydney, 31 October 2016

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BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 STATEMENT OF PROFIT OR LOSS AND OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 Note Revenue Advertising expense Audit and accounting fees Awards & prize money expense Catering Clothing and merchandise expense Consultants and contractors expense Depreciation and amortisation expense Drug testing Hire of plant and equipment expense Postage, printing and stationery Show entertainment Television and production Transponder and video Travel, accommodation and entertainment expense UCI entry fees expense Other expenses Net (deficit) / surplus for the year Other comprehensive income Total comprehensive income for the year

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

87

2

2016 $

2015 $

546,421

624,309

(16,327) (2,400) (151,425) (2,064) (80,529) (26,515) (1,253) (3,350) (14,573) (10,279) (8,851) (79,559) (3,375) (47,410) (869) (99,690)

(8,064) (2,064) (96,645) (53,223) (66,443) (7,200) (1,253) (474) (16,167) (16,730) (97,066) (17,870) (71,900) (34,273)

(2,048) (2,048)

134,937 134,937


BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 STATEMENT OF PROFIT OR LOSS AND OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 Note Revenue Advertising expense Audit and accounting fees Awards & prize money expense Catering Clothing and merchandise expense Consultants and contractors expense Depreciation and amortisation expense Drug testing Hire of plant and equipment expense Postage, printing and stationery Show entertainment Television and production Transponder and video Travel, accommodation and entertainment expense UCI entry fees expense Other expenses Net (deficit) / surplus for the year Other comprehensive income Total comprehensive income for the year

2

2016 $

2015 $

546,421

624,309

(16,327) (2,400) (151,425) (2,064) (80,529) (26,515) (1,253) (3,350) (14,573) (10,279) (8,851) (79,559) (3,375) (47,410) (869) (99,690)

(8,064) (2,064) (96,645) (53,223) (66,443) (7,200) (1,253) (474) (16,167) (16,730) (97,066) (17,870) (71,900) (34,273)

(2,048) (2,048)

134,937 134,937

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS AT 30 JUNE 2016 Note CURRENT ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents Receivables Inventories Other assets

3 4 5 6

2015 $

437,129 224,336 -

646,176 19,050 3,462 1,973

661,465

670,661

3,760

5,013

3,760

5,013

665,225

675,674

68,558

76,959

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

68,558

76,959

TOTAL LIABILITIES

68,558

76,959

596,667

598,715

1 596,666

1 598,714

596,667

598,715

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS NON-CURRENT ASSETS Property, plant and equipment

7

TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES Payables

8

NET ASSETS EQUITY Share capital Accumulated surplus TOTAL EQUITY

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

89

2016 $

9 10


BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016

Note

Issued Capital $

Accumulated Surplus $

Total $

Balance as at 1 July 2014

1

463,777

463,778

Net surplus before income tax

-

134,937

134,937

Other comprehensive income for the year

-

-

-

Balance as at 30 June 2015

1

598,714

598,715

Balance as at 1 July 2015

1

598,714

598,715

Net deficit before income tax

-

Other comprehensive income for the year

-

-

-

Balance as at 30 June 2016

1

596,666

596,667

(2,048)

(2,048)

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 Note

2016 $

2015 $

557,899 (547,225) 5,663

638,824 (557,598) 9,983

16,337

91,209

CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Receipts from customers Payments to suppliers and employees Interest received Net cash provided by operating activities

11

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Payment (from)/to parent entity

(225,384)

Net cash (used in) / provided by investing activities

(225,384)

38,255

Net (decrease) / increase in cash and cash equivalents held

(209,047)

129,464

646,176

516,712

437,129

646,176

Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of financial year Cash and cash equivalents at the end of financial year

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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3

38,255


BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 BMX Events Australia Pty Ltd is a company limited by shares, incorporated and domiciled in Australia. The financial statements were authorised for issue on 1 November 2016 by the directors of the company. 1. Summary of Significant Accounting Policies Basis of Preparation The directors have prepared the financial statements on the basis that the company is a non-reporting entity because the financial report prepared for use by the directors and members of the company. The financial statements are therefore special purpose financial statements that have been prepared in order to meet the requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 . The company is a non-for-profit entity for financial reporting purposes under Australian Accounting Standards. The financial statements have been prepared in accordance with the mandatory Australian Accounting Standards applicable to entities reporting under the Corporations Act 2001 and the significant accounting policies disclosed below, which the directors have determined are appropriate to meet the needs of members. Such accounting policies are consistent with the previous period unless stated otherwise. The financial statements, except for the cash flow information, have been prepared on an accruals basis and are based on historical costs unless otherwise stated in the notes. The amounts presented in the financial statements have been rounded to the nearest dollar. Accounting Policies a. Inventories Inventories are measured at the lower of cost and net realisable value. b. Property, Plant and Equipment Each class of property, plant and equipment is carried at cost or fair value less, where applicable, any accumulated depreciation and impairment losses. Plant and equipment Plant and equipment are measured on the cost basis. Depreciation The depreciable amount of all property, plant and equipment is depreciated over the asset's useful life to the company commencing from the time the asset is held ready for use. c. Leases Leases are classified at their inception as either operating or finance leases based on the economic substance of the agreement so as to reflect the risks and benefits incidental to ownership. Lease payments for operating leases, where substantially all the risks and benefits remain with the lessor, are recognised as expenses on a straight-line basis over the lease term. Lease incentives received under operating leases are recognised as a liability and amortised on a straight-line basis over the life of the lease term.

d. Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, deposits held at call with banks, other short-term highly liquid investments with original maturities of three months or less, and bank overdrafts. Bank overdrafts are shown within borrowings in current liabilities on the statement of financial position. e. Revenue and Other Income Revenue from sale of goods is recognised when the significant risks and rewards of ownership of the goods have passed to the buyer and the costs incurred or to be incurred in respect of the transaction can be measured reliably. Risks and rewards of ownership are considered passed to the buyer at the time of delivery of the goods to the customer. Revenue from the rendering of services is recognised upon the delivery of the service to the customers. Nominations revenue is reognised when payment is received. Revenue from organising and hosting events is recognised in the period in which the events are held. Interest revenue is recognised when it becomes receivable on a proportional basis taking into account the interest rates applicable to the financial assets. All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST). f. Contributions - Government Grants and Donations A non-reciprocal contribution or grant is recognised when the entity obtains control of the contribution or grant and it is probable that the economic benefits will flow to the entity, and the amount of the contribution or grant can be measured reliably. If conditions attached to the contribution or grant that must be satisfied before the entity is eligible to receive the contribution, recognition of contribution or income is deferred until those conditions are met. g. Income tax No provision for income tax has been raised as the company is exempt from income tax.

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BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 1. Summary of Significant Accounting Policies (continued) h. Goods and Services Tax (GST) Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST, except where the amount of GST incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). In these circumstances the GST is recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of an item of the expenses. Receivables and payables are stated inclusive of the amount of GST receivable or payable. The net amount of GST recoverable from, or payable to, the ATO is included with other receivables or payables in the statement of financial position. Cash flows are presented on a gross basis. The GST components of cash flows arising from investing or financing activities which are recoverable from, or payable to, the ATO are presented as operating cash flows included in receipts from customers or payments to suppliers. i. Impairment of non-financial assets An impairment loss is recognised where the carrying amount of the asset exceeds its recoverable amount. The recoverable amount of an asset is defined as the higher of its fair value less costs to sell and value in use. The recoverable amount is assessed on the basis of the expected net cash flows which will be received from the assets employment and subsequent disposal. The expected net cash flows have been discounted to present values in determining recoverable amounts. j. Comparative Figures When required by Accounting Standards, comparative figures have been adjusted to conform to changes in presentation for the current financial year.

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BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 Note

2016 $

2015 $

2. Revenue and Other Income Nominations Merchandise sales Sponsorship/grants Proshop sales Hosting fees Awards presentation Interest income

465,689 43,780 21,053 10,000 236 5,663

480,654 29,885 65,455 9,150 29,182 9,983

546,421

624,309

3. Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash at bank Cash on hand

437,049 80 437,129

646,096 80 646,176

39,176 (1,969) 37,207

14,426 14,426

187,129 224,336

4,624 19,050

-

3,462 3,462

-

1,973 1,973

18,095 (14,335) 3,760

18,095 (13,082) 5,013

18,724 49,834 68,558

8,333 38,255 30,371 76,959

4. Receivables Current Trade receivables Provision for doubtful debts Other receivables Loans from ultimate parent entity

5. Inventories Current Finished goods - merchandise

6. Other Assets Prepayments 7. Property, Plant and Equipment Plant and Equipment Plant and equipment at cost Accumulated depreciation Total property, plant and equipment 8. Payables Current Trade payables and accruals Amounts payable to ultimate parent entity GST credits

94


BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2016 Note

2016 $

2015 $

9. Issued Capital 1 (2015: 1) fully paid ordinary shares

1

1

598,714 (2,048) 596,666

463,777 134,937 598,714

(2,048)

134,937

1,253

1,253

(18,157) 1,973 3,462 29,854 16,337

36,205 3,463 (84,649) 91,209

BMX Australia Ltd owns 100% of the issued and paid up capital of BMX Events Australia Pty Ltd. 10. Accumulated Surplus Accumulated surplus at beginning of the year Net (deficit) / surplus

11. Cash Flow Information a. Reconciliation of cash flow from operating activities with profit after income tax (Deficit) / Surplus after income tax Non-cash flows in profit - depreciation Changes in net assets and liabilities - (increase)/decrease in receivables - decrease in other assets - decrease in inventories - increase/(decrease) in payables Net cash provided by operating activities

12. Company Details The registered office and principal place of business of the company is Unit 12, 56 O'Riordan Street, Alexandria NSW 2015.

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BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 DIRECTORS' DECLARATION In accordance with a resolution of the directors of BMX Events Australia Pty Ltd, the directors have determined that the company is not a reporting entity and that this special purpose financial report should prepared in accordance with the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the financial statements.

The directors of the company declare that: 1. the financial statements and notes, as set out on pages 5 to 12, are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001 and: a) comply with Australian Accounting Standards; and b) give a true and fair view of the company's financial position as at 30 June 2016 and of its performance for the year ended on that date in accordance with the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the financial statements; 2. in the directors' opinion there are reasonable grounds to believe that the company will be able to pay its debts as and when they become due and payable.

_____________________, President Barry Knight

_____________________, Finance Director Katrina Harnwell

Sydney, 1 November 2016

Sydney, 1 November 2016

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BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD A.B.N. 35 075 442 081 INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF BMX EVENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD We have audited the accompanying financial report, being a special purpose financial report, of BMX Events Australia Pty Ltd, which comprises the statement of financial position as at 30 June 2016, the statement of profit or loss and other comprehensive income, statement of changes in equity and statement of cash flows for the year then ended, notes comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information, and the directors' declaration. Directors’ Responsibility for the Financial Report The directors of the company are responsible for the preparation of the financial report that gives a true and fair view and have determined that the accounting policies described in Note 1 of the financial report are appropriate to meet the requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 and to meet the needs of the members. The directors' responsibility also includes such internal control as the directors determine is necessary to enable the preparation of a financial report that gives a true and fair view and is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. Auditor’s Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. Those standards require that we comply with relevant ethical requirements relating to audit engagements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial report is free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgement, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the company’s preparation of the financial report that gives a true and fair view in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the company’s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the directors, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial report. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion. Independence In conducting our audit, we have complied with the independence requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 . We confirm that the independence declaration required by the Corporations Act 2001 , which has been given to the directors of BMX Events Australia Pty Ltd, would be in the same terms if given to the directors as at the date of this auditor's report. Qualified Opinion The prior year comparative figures of this financial report were audited by another auditor. The prior year figures were qualified due to the auditor's inability to determine whether any adjustments were necessary for expenses incurred as management was unable to provide invoices to substantiate expenditure samples chosen within this period. Due to time and practical constraints, we were unable to satisfy ourselves as to the correctness and reasonableness of prior year comparative figures. Opinion In our opinion the financial report of BMX Events Australia Pty Ltd, is in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001 , including: i. giving a true and fair view of the company’s financial position as at 30 June 2016 and of its performance for the year ended on that date in accordance with the accounting policies described in Note 1; and ii. complying with Australian Accounting Standards to the extent as described in Note 1 and complying with the Corporations Regulations 2001 . Basis of Accounting Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to Note 1 of the financial report, which describes the basis of accounting. The financial report has been prepared for the purpose of fulfilling the directors' financial reporting responsibilities under the Corporations Act 2001 . As a result, the financial report may not be suitable for another purpose.

FELSERS Chartered Accountants

Steven Zabeti Partner Sydney, 1 November 2016

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