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.
“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.