Tasmanian riders were among the medals at the Oceania mountain bike championships in Bright, Victoria.
Liam Johnston picked up a silver medal in the under-19 men's cross-country race, finishing just 11 seconds off the win after nearly 75 minutes of competition.
Fellow Launceston rider Riley Cowling was fourth.
2019 #OceaniaMTB Men's Cross-country— Oceania Cycling Confederation (@OceaniaCycling) April 10, 2019
1 Anton Cooper (NZL)
2 Ben Oliver (NZL)
3 Cameron Ivory (AUS)
1 Matthew Dinham (AUS)
2 Cameron Wright (AUS)
3 Sam Fox (AUS)
1 Corey Smith (AUS)
2 Liam Johnston (AUS)
3 Piper Albrecht (AUS) pic.twitter.com/3Bmx2NQgMF
Riverside's Sam Fox collected a bronze medal in the under-23 division, 19 seconds ahead of fellow world champs rep Alex Lack, of Wyena, who came fourth.
In the elite men's race, Hobart's Ben Bradley was tenth, 7:04 behind winner Anton Cooper with reigning Launceston Classic champion Cam Ivory third and triple Olympian Dan McConnell fourth.
McConnell's wife Rebecca won the elite women's race.
Riverside's Hamish McKenzie was ninth in the under-17 men.
The cross-country races follow Tuesday's downhill events with the continental titles coming after the weekend's national titles.