Fact 1: @Matthias Dandois is a BMX flatland wizard. Fact 2: When it comes to BMX Paris, is considered one of the planet's hotspots. Combine those two facts together and it becomes completely obvious why the Tillmann Brothers decided to travel to the French capital during the filming of The Old World film project some two summers ago. This is video is a sneak peak behind the scenes of the BMX flatland masterclass Mr. Dandois prepared for the movie.
Olympic gold medalist Charlotte Worthington has her mind set on the next Summer Olympics hosted by Paris in 2024. The 25-year-old biker spoke to the press at I Am Team GB’s Festival of Sport event, held at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park a couple of weeks ago. Worthington impressed fans and Vwin88 punters alike with her dramatic recovery at the Tokyo Olympics after falling in her first run, especially with her 360-degree backflip that ultimately won her the gold.
Definitely looking at Paris “I am definitely looking at Paris,”Worthingtontold the press at the event. “I know how much hard work it took to get to Tokyo, so I am really looking forward to getting stuck into what will be even more hard work. In the short term, I will be taking a little break. In the long-term, I am going to get back on the BMX and aim for qualifying and competing at the next Games.” -
Charlotte Worthington 25-year-old Charlotte Worthington hailing from Manchester, England, is a newcomer in the scene - she took up BMX rather late, at the age of 20. When Freestyle BMX was added to the Olympic lineup in 2017, she was working full-time at a Mexican restaurant. She was later accepted into the Great Britain Cycling Team and has proven that her addition was a great choice: she won her first British and European titles in 2019 and became the first British woman to win a world medal in the discipline (bronze at the UCI