The 12 year old Cambridge BMX rider Leila Walker has continued her remarkable run of performances to win a fifth straight world championship title.
Walker has won the girls' 12 years title on the first day of racing at the Rock Hill BMX Centre in South Carolina in the United States.
Walker won her first world title in the eight-year-olds age group in Auckland in 2013 and has continued picking up world titles every year since.
Walker cleared out from the start winning all three of her qualifying motos, the quarterfinal, semifinal and then dominated the final.
Auckland's Meg Cannon from the East City club finished third in the 5-7 years class, after winning won all three motos and her quarterfinal before placing third in both the semifinal and final.
Five New Zealand riders earned World Championship Plates and Finals Trophies for top-eight placings.