📷 credit Ashleigh Gore
Nine year old Zimbabwean BMX rider Emmanuel Gore who trains and races for Pedal Furry shined both home and way during this past week.
Gore who is preparing for the 2019 World BMX Championship that will be hosted in Belgium this July participated in the Kempton Park BMX tournament in South Africa and won a SILVER medal bringing his International medal tally [For South African tournament to four] having have won a three silver medals in the 2019 South African National Age Group Series.
From the Kempton Park BMX tournament Emmanuel then participated in the JM Busha cycling challenge and won a GOLD medal in the U-14 10 km cycle reaching a medal tally of four medals [ ALL GOLD] locally after he also swooped cool three GOLD medals awards in the first ever inter provincial BMX Championship in Bulawayo.
It takes a special kind of parent to watch their children play a sport like BMX cycling but Ashleigh Gore who has three children who have all been called up to take part in the 2019 World BMX Championship has been supportive to the young champions since day one. When parents makes financial and time commitment to their child sporting talent incredible things happen. Ashleigh Gore has definitely developed a growing interest for her children sporting career and is always cheering and supporting her children during competition.