Bacchus Marsh Grammar student and FedUni WestVic Academy of Sport athlete Graeme Frislie reigned supreme at the 2019 Oceania Track Championships at the Adelaide Super-Drome which concluded last Sunday.
Frislie, 17, a track cycling star of the future and current Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) Scholarship holder, headlined the event with outstanding performances culminating in him winning two gold medals and two silver medals.
Frislie dominated his respective events, winning the Male Under 19 Madison and Under 19 Team race.
Photo: Brad Saunders (left), after qualifying in Sydney, receiving his Golden Ticket into the X Games 2018
FedUni WestVic Academy of Sport Skateboarder and VIS Scholarship holder, Brad Saunders has sensationally qualified for the X Games in Sydney. The X Games commences on Friday and concludes on Sunday, this weekend.
The X Games is the world’s biggest and best action sports competition. For the first time, the world’s number 1 action sports event, X Games is being held in Australia. The event will see the world’s biggest names compete for X Games Gold in Skateboarding, BMX and Moto X at Spotless Stadium, Sydney.
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