generation of athletes to achieve their goals and dreams. I want to teach them how to be fierce competitors and how to push the limits of what’s possible in our sport, all while being role models and true professionals. That is something I’m very passionate about, and I feel that I am uniquely qualified to pass those lessons and skills along.”
Nyquist will continue to work alongside the BMX National team athletes as they head into the inaugural USA Cycling BMX Freestyle National Championships and Pan-American Championships which will be held back-to-back in Cary, N.C. this October as they build up to the final World Cup and the 2019 World Championships in Chengdu, China.
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