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OFF-ROAD EVENTS Last Updated: 6 Jul 2022 - 7:21:39 PM

2022 BMX National Championships Results
By Ciara O’Shea, Cycling Ireland
4 Jul 2022,

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Press release: 04/07/2022

Reuben Byrne of Ratoath BMX was untouchable in the 13-14 Male category in Lisburn at the Irish BMX National Championships, not dropping a lap all day - Image courtesy Fifteen BMX


Lisburn BMX Club played host to the 2022 BMX National Championships on Sunday, 3rd July.

Over 80 of Ireland's best BMX riders competed on the day in a bid to claim a National title. The racing was extremely close all weekend, with mere seconds separating the top riders in many races.

In the 13-14 Male category, Reuben Byrne (Ratoath BMX) was untouchable, not dropping a lap all day with Lennon Neville (Ratoath BMX) claimed the silver medal ahead of Mason Lang (Courtown BMX).

Despite some pressure from Lucan BMX’s Jamie Owens, the National Championships was all about Carly Hayes who racked up yet another win in the 11-14 Female category.

Charlie Jackson wasn’t firing on all cylinders early on but found his groove halfway through to take the Junior Men's title.

Despite some pressure for Lucan BMX’s Jamie Owens, the National Championships was all about Carly Hayes #65 who racked up yet another win in the 11-14 Female class. - Image courtesy Fifteen BMX


Full Results: Our Sqorz

Junior Men
1. Charlie Jackson (Ratoath BMX),
2. Danny O’Gorman (Cork BMX),
3. Josh Whitley Halvey (Ratoath BMX)

Male 13-14
1. Reuben Byrne (Ratoath BMX),
2. Lennon Neville (Ratoath BMX),
3. Mason Lang (Courtown BMX)

Female 11-14
1. Carly Hayes (Ratoath BMX),
2. Jamie Owens (Lucan BMX),
3. Summer Lily Glynn (Lucan BMX)

Male 11-12
1. Freddie James Simmons (Lisburn BMX),
2. Jamie Harron (Belfast City BMX),
3. Alex Neville (Ratoath BMX)

Male 9-10
1. Kurts Storkis (Ratoath BMX),
2. Lukas Kennedy (Belfast City BMX),
3. Noah Byrne (Ratoath BMX)

Female 7-10
1. Samia Hughes (Lisburn BMX),
2. Abigail Foran (Ratoath BMX),
3. Emily McClintock (Lisburn BMX)

Male 7-8

1. Cooper Kehoe (Courtown BMX Club),
2. Finn Noud (Ratoath BMX Club),
3. Sebastian Sivak (Lisburn BMX Club)

Under 6 Mixed
1. William Waugh (Lisburn BMX),
2. Ollie Wilson (Belfast City BMX),
3. Emilia Kelly (Lisburn BMX)

Masters 30+
1. Joseph O’Neill (Saint Annes BMX),
2. Aidan O’Gorman (Cork BMX),
3. Eamonn Wyer (Lucan BMX)

Cruiser 30+
Eugene Jackson (Ratoath BMX),
2. Keith Redfern (Lisburn BMX),
3. Brian Mallon (Belfast BMX)

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The BMX National Series continues later this month with Lucan BMX Club hosting rounds 5 and 6 on July 16th and 17th - Enter Here:

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