Camden Mc Lellan is a young boy from Germiston who made history when he won the 2018 FIM European Championship. The 13-year old has become the first South African to win a title at the prestigious European competition.
Mc Lellan has five national championships under his belt and is becoming a favorite among motocross fans across the globe. His first international experience took place two years ago.
His career took a massive change when he decided to base himself in Germany and commit to racing internationally for a full season.
Briefly.co.za learned that his most recent victory was made even better by the fact that he was considered an underdog and after a slow start he fought his way from 13th position to win the race against seasoned veterans according to goodthingsguy.com.
Mc Lellan has a bright future ahead of him and is currently leading the ADAC German Championship by nine whole points. He has his sights set on an ultimate prize, the Junior Worlds in Horsham, Australia. The competition will take place on the 24-25 August.
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