Report by Prince Butawu
TOP-NOTCH motocross rider and fully-fledged professional racer Tanya Muzinda is set to leave the country on Friday for the United States where she will be part of the cast at Gatorback Cycle Park in Florida .
After bossing the track in local motocross, the reigning Junior Sportswoman of the Year has sought to enter the supercross circuit and fly the country’s flag as she races in the 47th edition of the annual fiesta.
She stands a chance of becoming the incoming Global Warming Ambassador after declaring her undying passion for the environment.
Tanya is determined to duplicate her motor sports exploits and winning a bigger race between time saving the environment.
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors , we borrow it from our children.
“I advocate for making more environmentally friendly decisions such as to reduce , recycle and reuse,” she said.
The 15-year-old ‘s international manager Stefy Bau is a three-time World Women’s Motocross Champion from Italy.
Bau was one of the fastest women motocross racers in the world. Born and raised in Italy, Bau won three world championships, holds two WMX (USA) championships, and a title from the prestigious AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s. In addition, she has also won seven Italian Championships.
It seems she has imparted this spirit of stardom on Muzinda who also boasts of several accolades.
She is the first first female to win a Motorcross in Zimbabwe since 195, 65 CC continental Champion after winning FIM Africa Championship hosted in South Africa, first female to win a heat at the British Masters Kids since its inception ,2018 Regional Annual Sports Award Winner , and she was also nominated for African Child Of The Year.
Muzinda has made a pledge to put her weight in saving the environment.