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Date of birth
17 Jan 1991
Sport GuidesCYCLING - BMX
Alise Post competed in CYCLING - BMX
Did you know?
- BMX exploded out of the blocks on its Olympic debut in 2008, proving a huge hit with its fast-paced format and breathtaking daredevil manoeuvres.
- The BMX races at London 2012 will be held on a short outdoor track, with the riders starting on an 8m-high ramp.
- BMX stands for Bicycle Motocross. The sport began to take off in the late 1960s in California, around the time that motocross became popular in the US.
- The men’s and women’s events start with a seeding phase to ensure that the fastest riders do not meet before the final.
- The semi-finals in both the men’s and women’s events follow a three-run format: points are awarded in each race and the top four riders from each semi-final advance to the final.
|10 Aug||Women's BMX Semi-finals, Heat 1||6||18|
|8 Aug||Women's BMX Seeding, Heat 1||8||39.890|
Head to Head
Alise Post vs Shanaze Reade
London 2012 medals
London 2012 appearances
London 2012 results
18 Women's BMX
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