gydey wrote:Congratulations to all the riders...winners and losers. There were some outstanding efforts and none more so that Dylan Kennetts domination of the U17 events albeit, I think he has another year in this grade.
I guess the challenge now to Dylan and his support team is to continue to develop and go even faster next year, with a view to Junior Worlds in 2012 and 2013.
Dont get me wrong and fire off Craig... U 17 has seen a few dominant riders over the years, that have struggled in the higher grades..and we know who they are Hamish :-).. and Dylans IP times are world class for a U17 rider (didnt see the sprint qualifying time..so cant say)..so Hamish now will have to plan how to keep the young guy 100% committed as he basically has won everything in U17, so motivation may become difficult. I had a good friend who totally dominated this grade in my era...won every NZ U17 title both road and track..and never made it as a senior at the highest level... so lets hope the young lad can now go on with the job and become a star in the U19 and elite ranks in years to come
Well done Dylan, and Hamish
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