Cambell Williams is taking on the world.
The young Cargo rider has been selected to represent Australia at the 2019 World Junior Motocross Championships in Russia in July, alongside Dubbo Dirt Bike Club junior Blake Fox.
It marks the second time the hugely-exciting pair have earned the right to ride on the world stage, with Williams to race in the 12-14 years junior 85cc class after finishing 23rd at last year's event, he's also sitting third in the 85cc cup at the 2019 2 Stroke Amateur Nationals Series at the moment.
For Fox 2019 is the second time he will contest the 13-17 years junior 125cc class, having finished as impressive ninth last year. Naturally, he's hoping to improve again this year.
"I'm honoured to be selected in the Aussie team for the world championships again this year," Fox said.
"I had a blast in 2018 and gained a lot of experience so I'm looking forward to pushing for a podium finish in Moscow on behalf of the team."
The Australian team consists of just six riders so the selection is a massive honour for the duo, with more than 5,000 registered junior motocross riders in Australia, and tens of thousands more around the world, it's a mighty achievement.
Williams often competes alongside Fox at Dubbo and the club's president took the time to reflect on both riders' achievement, which is a huge reflection of the work and development done at a local level.
"Blake's a fine young man who's worked so hard so it's great to see him selected in the Aussie team for the world championships again this year," Dubbo Dirt Bike Club president Ben Woldhuis said.
"It's great to see Cambell Williams selected in the team as well.
"We're really proud of their efforts and wish both boys all the best for the world championships."
Fox and Williams will be joined on the Australian team by South Australian Alex Larwood, Ryder Kingsford from Goulburn, West Australian Kayden Minear and Sydneysider Ky Woods.
The World Junior Motocross Championships brings together more than 100 of the best junior motocross racers from more than 20 nations around the world.
Australian team manager Mark Willingham is optimistic the new-look team can deliver in 2019 as well.
"I'm looking forward to this year's trip to Russia. We have a fantastic group of riders this year that brings a variety of experienced and first-timers to the table," Willingham said.
"This collection of riders are all products from our successful 2018 event in Horsham, so they understand what it takes to win but also how to work together as a team who represents their nation."
The world championships in Moscow start on July 14.
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