The Cochrane BMX Club put on another awesome show this weekend in Stony Plain at Provincial Races 7 and 8.

The club had at least 15 riders home with some gold, silver, or bronze after the two day competition.

Brad Christensen, Cochrane BMX Club President, says it was another record breaking weekend for the sport.

"I think there was around 470 riders each day, it was a record for the city of Stony Plain for sure, if not for Alberta BMX," he says. "BMX is just growing fast right now, it's exciting to be a part of the sport, it's really bursting at the seams, so it's fun."

Christensen shares it was still a tough weekend for some riders who didn't have much time to practice because of rain cancellations throughout July and August.

"It's been tough for the kids to get bike time, and to go out and race at such at such a high level for the weekend. The kids aren't quite up to where they probably need to be, or they don't have enough times on their bikes. But our kids pulled through, they raced their little hearts out, lots of tears, lots of crashes, but lots of smiles, and that's what it's all about."

The next BMX races will take place on Aug. 27 at the Canadian Championships, which are being held in Calgary for the first time this year.

Click here for full race results.