History - BMX Australia 1982

April 1982

The 3rd Australian BMX Championships were held at Waverley, Victoria. Soaring temperatures met the huge numbers of entrants for this installmant of the National Titles. The ABC were on hand to film the Championships along with major sponsors, Milo. Australian BMX was starting to have an impact, now with a national television audience.

Local Melbourne based ace, Jamie Hales once again proved why he was the best in the business, taking out the Open Boys final for the second year in a row. Having also scored his face on Weetbix packets across the country, (apparently without consent), Jamie Hales was the face of BMX in Australia in 1982. Australia's first BMX "Superstar" was born.

 

Results


Sub Jnr Girls

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1. Raina Beesley
2. Karen Simpson
3. Rachel Piastri
4. Lyndal Ellement
5. Lyndal Sharp
6. Kelly Wright
7. Danielle Freeman
8. Pauline Campbell

Jnr Girls

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1. Selena Kasper
2. Raylene Wong
3. Rachael Bell
4. Karina Regali
5. Tai-Lee Muxlow
6. Amanda Smith
7. Barbara Nielsen
8. Peta-Nicole Delaney

Int Girls

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1. Christine Stubber
2. Tracey Kosikowski
3. Gay Worley
4. Lynette Dolby
5. Susan Thompson
6. Karen McPhee
7. Tanya Pickert
8. Mandy Fountain

Snr Girls

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1. Christine Twomey
2. Lee-Anne Kasper
3. Natalie Plant
4. Gina Regali
5. Melita Downey
6. Kelly Melbourne
7. Michelle Thompson
8. Lynda Pearson

Jnr Side Hacks

1. Chelshire/McCarthy
2. Field/Field
3. Thomas/Burgess
4. Winter Bagle

Snr Side Hacks

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1. O'Brien/Sterling
2. Ryan/Baerschmidt
3. Kerr/King
4. Cadwallander/Brown

Under 5 Boys

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1. Kevin Hill
2. Danny Vandermere
3. Timothy Mitchell
4. Jeremy Smithett
5. Andy Holmes
6. Todd Baglee
7. Dean Breen
8. Danny Lynch

5 Boys

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1. Heath Muxlow
2. Peter Jeffers
3. Christopher Cade
4. Bradley King
5. Patrick Molan
6. Shannon Brookes
7. Dallas Orchard
8. Ashley Roach

6 Boys

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1. Shayne Smith
2. Troy Haley
3. Cameron Mitchell
4. Daryn Maggs
5. Colin Esplin
6. Kerry Rochfort
7. Scott Parkinson
8. Paul Godfrey

7 Boys

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1. Chris Rudolph
2. Dean Hartog
3. Marcus Brookes
4. Mark Bramley
5. Wade Bootes
6. Travis Reid
7. Dean Hasler
8. Craig Aitken

8 Boys

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1. Brenton Cooper
2. Shane Treloar
3. David Gardner
4. Jade Elmer
5. Jason Charles
6. Steven Hamnett
7. Adam Crisp
8. Mark Beckwith

9 Boys

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1. David Hasler
2. Paul Cheshire
3. Danny Burt
4. Shane Pearse
5. Justin Cotter
6. Angus Tierney
7. Darren Campbell
8. Andrew Figliomeni

10 Boys

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1. Wade Lazich
2. Russ Robeille
3. Ashley Walker
4. Damien Ormerod
5. Oliver Mann
6. Brad Prince
7. Matt Evans
8. Scott Petie

11 Boys

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1. Todd Selby
2. Brett Ashley
3. Anthony Waye
4. Warren Nelson
5. Glenn Reid
6. Paul Karenaar
7. Damien McDonald
8. Cameron Sharp

12 Boys

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1. Jason Huckstepp
2. Saw Ewin
3. Jason Lynch
4. Matthew Wardrop
5. Matthew Turner
6. Matthew Johnson
7. Peter Podgorski
8. Jay Downey

13 Boys

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1. Glen Hennessy
2. Andrew Chamberlain
3. Gavin Burgess
4. Damon Bevan
5. Tom Ivak
6. Jodie Hall
7. Tony Urwin
8. Paul Addams

14 Boys

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1. John Harris
2. Warwick Nancarrow
3. Shane Robertson
4. Glenn Rawson
5. Glenn Stephens
6. Jamie Lambe
7. Clive McMillan
8. Gary Winmill

15 Boys

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1. Stuart Davies
2. Matthew Weeks
3. Daryl King
4. Timothy Ward
5. Peter Bourke
6. Todd Easterbrook
7. Adrian Cozzanni
8. Michael Baker

16 Boys

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1. Jim O'Neill
2. Jason Freckleton
3. John Cowling
4. Terry Glen
5. Stephen Figliomeni
6. Grant Colthup
7. Dean Crisp
8. Darren Max

Cruiser Class

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1. Mick Wiltshire
2. Ricci Justice
3. Greg Morall
4. Daryl Cay
5. Dean Crisp
6. Jamie Hales
7. Wayne McIntosh
8. Grant Colthus

Open Boys

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1. Jamie Hales
2. Glenn O'Brien
3. Daryl Cay
4. Mick Wiltshire
5. David Shearer
6. Wayne McIntosh
7. Michael Figliomeni
8. Wayne Strachan

 

1982 video cover
Video footage from the 1982 National BMX Championships was filmed and produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). 

This show was broadcast Nationally in May 1982.


 

 


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November 1982

The ABMXA is accepted as a member of the International BMX Federation (IBMXF). Australian riders can now compete on the world stage in IBMXF sanctioned events, including the World Titles. With over 20,000 registered riders, Australia is now ranked the second largest BMX nation in the world on a per capita basis behind the USA.

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