CYCLIST Jaclyn Wilson has continued her amazing career, earning yet another PEAK Bendigo Sports Star of the Year nomination.
The gun BMX racer captured three national titles at the Australian BMX Championships recently raced in Shepparton.
The 42-year-old won gold in the master’s women’s open wheel, women’s 40-44 cruiser and 20-inch events.
Wilson has now won 21 national titles, and her exploits have already earned the four-time world champion the Sports Star of the Year title in 2011-12.
Wilson held off a strong field of contenders that included athlete Sophie Hawken, who raced in freezing conditions to achieve a top 10 finish in her age group at the ITU Multisport World Championships in Spain.
Hawken was sixth, 47th in gender rankings, as she completed the Aquathlon in 40.12 minutes.
Other athletes to do well included netballer Caitlin Thwaites, who earned selection in the Australian Diamonds to contest the 2019 World Cup in Liverpool from July 12 to 21.
Basketballer Matt Dellavedova, a dual Sports Star of the Year winner also came in for consideration.
Dellavedova has been selected in the Australian Boomers squad of 17 to play the United States and Canada in Australia in August.
The former Braves star is likely to play a key role in the Boomers campaign at the 2020