16-year-old Cailen started riding BMX from the age of 4 years. He won his first New Zealand title in 2012 and is currently a 10-time National Champion.

His first World Championship Challenge class title came in 2013 and he has now won three World Championships. At just 16 years, he moved to the junior elite (Under-19) category, reaching the quarterfinals in his junior elite World Championship debut.

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Cailen's Games History

  • Olympic Summer Youth Games Buenos Aires 2018

    • Cycling - BMX (Racing Team - Mixed)
      Combined Men/Women Team PLACING 80pts
      Women's Final 39:362
      Men's Final 36:638
      Semi Final - Women's Heats - Run 3 38:358 Q
      Semi Final - Men's Heats - Run 3 35:726 Q
      Semi Final - Women's Heats - Run 2 39:639
      Semi Final - Men's Heats - Run 2 35:840
      Semi Final - Women's Heats - Run 1 38:555
      Semi Final - Men's Heats - Run 1 35:981
      Placed 5 of 16
    • Cycling - MTB/Road Combined (Combined Team Event - Men)
      Men's Criterium (Max)
      Men's Cross Country Short Circuit Heat (Max) 17:48
      Men's Cross Country Heats (Max) 1:44:363, Q
      Men's Road Race (Cailen)
      Men's 1/2 Final (Max) 1:54:000
      Men's Cross Country Small Final (Max) 1:44:000
      Men's Cross Country 1/4th Finals (Max) 1:50:000 Q
      Men's Cross Country Short Circuit Heat (Cailen)
      Women's Cross Country 1/8th Finals (Samara)
      Men's Cross Country 1/8th Finals (Max) 1:45:000
      Men's Cross Country Heats (Cailen) 1:56:588
      Men's Road Race (Max)
      Men's Team Time Trial (Combined: Cailen, Max) 10:06.31
      Placed 17 of 20