Jackson Frew and Connor Fearon finsh first and second at 2019 DH Oceanias

Jackson Frew won the hotly contested elite men’s Oceania Downhill Title in 3mins 27.155secs edging out teammate Connor Fearon by less than a second last week.

“I am still a bit surprised it hasn’t really sunk in yet. I honestly didn’t think that run would be good enough but wow apparently it was,” an overwhelmed Frew said.

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“Nothing went wrong I just didn’t think it was going to be enough. There is such a strong field these days in elite, so I just didn’t think it was quite fast enough.”

“It is a massive confidence boost as we head in to the first World Cup in a couple of weeks. It is awesome for me and it feels really good and just hope I can keep it rolling.”

Tegan Molloy rode her Operator to second place in the Pro Women.

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