2021 Olympic Champion and 2021 UCI BMX Racing Elite World Champion. Anyone who would have said that in January of 2021 would have been sent off to the clinic. But Bethany Shriever (GBR) did it and had the best year ever. But 2022 has arrived and it's back to racing. After several months of Olympic status celebration it was back to training hard. Beth fills you in on how she prepared for the new season. Sounds like she's ready.
Name: Bethany Shriever Age: 22 Hometown: Essex, Great Britain
I hope you enjoy watching a behind the scenes of the first BMX Freestyle event at the Olympic games in Tokyo. A bronze medal was secured by myself and Charlotte Worthington came through with a breathtaking Gold medal. Featuring the man James Jones (rider), Charlotte Worthington, Jamie Bestwick (Coach), Richard King (Manager), Kye Whyte, Bethany Shriever.
The second part of the 2021 season is already here after the successful BMX Racing Olympic competition held at Tokyo. Sakarya will host the remaining 4 rounds to put an end to this exciting season. Get ready for an exciting set of races, of biking madness at breakneck speed and see who brings the big prize home!
GB’s Charlotte Worthington wins first ever BMX freestyle Olympic gold with history-making trick, America’s Hannah Roberts claims silver, Switzerland’s Nikita Ducarroz wins bronze. Charlotte Worthington completed a backflip 360 - the first time the trick has ever been performed in women’s competition - which blew away the Ariake Sports Park, and was enough to beat a near-perfect first run from three-time world champion Hannah Roberts, who finished in second. Switzerland's Nikita Ducarroz just pipped Roberts' American team-mate Perris Benegas to the bronze medal.