Sarah Walker is a New Zealand BMX racer. A competitor at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics, she won silver in the Women's BMX at the latter event. Missing out on selection for the 2016 Summer Olympics due to injury, she was elected onto the IOC Athletes' Commission during those Games.
|Full name:||Sarah Louise Walker|
|Born:||July 10, 1988, Whakatane, New Zealand|
|Weight:||74 kg (163.14 lb)|
|Current team:||Team NZ|
|Rider type:||Off road|
About Sarah Walker
BMX rider who represented New Zealand at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games. After finishing fourth in 2008, she won silver in 2012. She's held the number one world ranking at various points in her career.
Sarah Walker Before Fame
She started racing when she was 10 years old and had a podium finish in every World Championship from 2003 to 2008.
Achievement of Sarah Walker
She finally won a World Championship in 2009, when she won both the Women's BMX and Women's Cruiser categories. She'd reached her first number one world ranking the year before.
Sarah Walker Family Life
She has a brother named Matt, who inspired her to start riding.
Associations of Sarah Walker
Mariana Pajon won BMX gold at the 2012 Olympics.
Information related to Sarah Walker (BMX rider)
- UCI BMX World Champions (elite women)
- Olympic silver medalists for New Zealand
- People educated at Trident High School
- New Zealand female cyclists
- Olympic cyclists of New Zealand
- BMX riders
- International Olympic Committee members
- Cyclists at the 2008 Summer Olympics
- Cyclists at the 2012 Summer Olympics