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American Jason Anderson crowned 2017 Monster Energy AUS-X Open Sydney Champion

Posted: Sunday, 12th November, 2017 : 8:37 PM - - 3,422 Reads

American superstar Jason Anderson has won Sunday’s feature race at the Monster Energy AUS-X Open at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.

Anderson rocketed out of the gates and never looked back as he lead the prestigious event from start to finish to be crowned the 2017 Monster Energy AUS-X Open Sydney Champion.

"I'm so stoked to take out the SX1 Final of tonight's Monster Energy AUS-X Open in Sydney, it was so good to get the win,” Anderson said.

“After just missing out in last night's SX1 Final to my teammate Wilson, I'm pumped I managed to come back tonight and cement the top step on that podium. This is what I came to Australia to do, and it’s great to do it at such a cool event."

Anderson was untouched throughout the race with AMA Supercross teammate Dean Wilson coming home in second and Australian Supercross Championship leader Justin Brayton in third.

Tonight’s SX1 KNOBBY Holeshot went to local ace Dean Ferris after a ripper start out of the gates in tonight’s final. Meanwhile the Morris Finance Superpole went to Anderson for a second night in a row after another impressive night of pace across the lap.

The FMX Best Trick competition was once again a spectacle for fans inside the arena and watching at home, with Josh Sheehan and his double backflip prevailing once more. Sheehan was challenged to gold by Pat Bowden whose frontflip no-hander rivaled, but fell just short, of the score needed for the gold medal, as he settled with silver.

The Boost Mobile Best Whip contest once again went to Corey Creed who laid down yet another stylish and super inverted whip to take out the crown for the second night in a row.

KTM’s Junior Supercross Challenge (KJSC), which saw twenty lucky aspiring Supercross stars take to the big track in front of thousands of spectators at the biggest Supercross racing event in Australia, was won by Cooper Downing.

In the SX2 Championship it was Chris Blose who went one better from his Saturday effort to win Sunday’s feature race. Close led home Jackson Richardson and Jay Wilson after early leader and KNOBBY Holeshot winner Wilson Todd fell on the opening lap after a clash with the American, Blose.

Ronnie Mac v Ricky Carmichael laid it all on the line and did not disappoint the packed Qudos Bank Arena fans with Carmichael reigning supreme to be crowned the ultimate two-stroke showdown champion, for both Saturday and Sunday nights of the competition.

SX1 Main Event
2. Dean WILSON
3. Justin BRAYTON
4. Daniel REARDON
5. Nathan CRAWFORD
6. Daniel HERRLEIN
7. Dylan LONG
8. Robbie MARSHALL
10. Kade MOSIG
11. Dean FERRIS
12. Nick SCHMIDT

SX1 Championship After round 5 of 6
1. Justin BRAYTON - 108 Pts
2. Daniel REARDON - 90 Pts
3. Dean FERRIS - 88 Pts
4. Dylan LONG - 82 Pts
5. Nathan CRAWFORD - 74 Pts
6. Kade MOSIG - 72 Pts
7. Todd WATERS - 61 Pts
8. Jason ANDERSON - 47 Pts
9. Dean WILSON - 47 Pts
10. Daniel HERRLEIN - 47 Pts
11. Nick SCHMIDT - 42 Pts
12. Luke CLOUT - 40 Pts
13. Joel WIGHTMAN - 38 Pts
14. Jesse DOBSON - 34 Pts
15. Robbie MARSHALL - 30 Pts
16. Cheyne BOYD - 24 Pts
17. RJ HAMSHIRE - 22 Pts
18. Luke WILSON - 17 Pts
19. Warren CARROLL - 7 Pts
20. Geran STAPLETON - 6 Pts
21. Jamie HARVEY - 5 Pts

SX1 Main Event
1. Chris BLOSE
4. Taylor POTTER
6. Dylan WILLS
7. Cooper POZNIAK
8. Jesse MADDEN
11. Wilson TODD
12. Morgan FOGARTY

SX2 Championship Standings After five of six rounds
1. Jackson RICHARDSON - 101 Pts
2. Wilson TODD - 96 Pts
3. Jay WILSON - 85 Pts
4. Dylan WILLS - 82 Pts
5. Geran STAPLETON - 65 Pts
6. Gavin FAITH - 63 Pts
7. Taylor POTTER - 48 Pts
8. Chris BLOSE - 47 Pts
9. Mitchell EVANS - 38 Pts
10. Cooper POZNIAK - 36 Pts
11. Connor TIERNEY - 35 Pts
12. Bailey MALKIEWICZ - 34 Pts
13. Nick SUTHERLAND - 34 Pts
14. Jesse MADDEN - 33 Pts
15. Aaron TANTI - 29 Pts
16. Hayden MELLROSS - 25 Pts
17. Morgan FOGARTY - 24 Pts
18. Egan MASTIN - 23 Pts
19. Callum NORTON - 21 Pts
20. John PRUTTI - 17 Pts
21. Jye ROBERTS - 13 Pts
22. Ricky LATIMER - 12 Pts
23. Kyle WEBSTER - 10 Pts
24. Jye DICKSON - 9 Pts
25. Dylan WOOD - 7 Pts
26. Lochie LATIMER - 6 Pts
27. James BROWN - 2 Pts

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