Seventeen (17) South African riders will be crossing the border, to compete at the 2022 FIM AFRICA Motocross of African Nations Continental Championship (MXOAN), being hosted by the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of Uganda (FMCU) at the renowned Victoria Raceway Park, Garuga, Entebbe, Uganda from the 19th – 21st August 2022.
The MXOAN is one of the few Motorcycle events recognised as a ‘Team’ event, where the points of the official riders are tallied to determine who the winning African Nation will be. Riders from North, South, East & West Africa, will test their mental and physical limitations over the two days.
South Africa is the reigning champion when it comes to the number of wins on the continent and hope to retain this title with another win in 2022.
The MXOAN will, as always, be an action-packed weekend for the riders and spectators, with guaranteed exciting racing and the usual wonderful hospitality by the host Federation. Uganda is well known for having plenty of spectators, so it will be exciting for the riders.
The MSA Motocross Commission wishes the South African team all the very best and encourages all motorsport enthusiasts to show their support.
Link to the FIM Africa Event regulations
The South African Team under the guidance of Team Manager, Sheldon Watkins, along with Team Captain, Jayden Proctor, are as follows:
From the left: Alistair Maycock, Kaylin Oosthuizen, Lou Rademeyer and Ross Mackenzie
From the left: Aiden Retief, Casey Tilley, Connor Munro and Kyle Brunette
From the left: Blade Tilley, Caden Weise and Ronald Graven
From the left: Breece Romans, Danyll Brunette and Luke Quatember
Jayden Proctor (Team Captain)
Sheldon Watkins (Team Manager)