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Yamaha Junior Racing put on a strong showing at Australian Junior Motocross Championships

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Yamaha Junior Racing enjoyed another strong performance at the Australian Junior Motocross Championships, held at Appin Raceway in Sydney‰Ûªs southwest, last week with the Yamaha Junior Racing program taking home one national championship, two second place finishes and two thirds.

Victorian Cody Dyce led the Yamaha charge with a national championship victory in the hotly contested 13-14 years 125cc division. Mounted on his YZ125, Dyce won the championship with 3-1-1 results in the three final format and he backed that up with a third place finish on his 250cc in the 13-14 years 250cc class.

‰ÛÏMy week started out pretty ordinary and I crashed every time I went on the track but I was able to turn it around when the finals came and I raced pretty well when it mattered,‰Û
Jordan Hill raced to second place in the 15 years 125cc and 250cc classes
Ryan Eden picked up third place in the 15 years 250cc, making it a YJR 2-3 in the premier junior class. Eden picked up YJR support earlier in the year when Wilson Todd jumped up to the U19 division and since then, Eden has made every post a winner.

Eden was rock solid all week on his YZ250F, taking home third in each of the finals and finished equal second with team mate Hill, but third on count-back.

‰ÛÏThis is my first ever podium at the Australian Junior Championships, so I‰Ûªm pretty pumped about that,‰Û

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