The backyard training ground that produced Olympic Gold | 7NEWS

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It’s not like any other house on the street- this $70,000 purpose built Maudsland backyard trained an Olympic champion.

Kim Martin watched on from home when her husband, Logan Martin won Gold in Tokyo leading the BMX freestyle competition.

“I knew that he was going over there and he had one goal and that was to bring home the Gold. He’s trained and worked so hard.”

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