Benefit Race in Honor of Hannah Sexton

Jacksonville, FL - Hannah Sexton, a young motocross rider from Jacksonville, Florida, had a tragic accident on March 15, 2009.  She was practicing on her dirt bike at the Dirt Farm track in St. George/Folkston where she collided with another bike.  She was life-flighted to Shands where an operation was performed but unfortunately she did not make it. The local motocross community along with her family and friends have arranged for a benefit ride in her name with all the proceeds to go to Action Sports Medical Foundation.

Hannah’s ride will take place on June 7, 2009 at 8:30 a.m. at Murray’s Grille SR 200–Hwy. A1A Yulee, FL

The cost is $20.00 per bike and $5.00 per passenger.  For more information contact Wayne at 904-225-2333 or


The Action Sports Medicine Foundation is a 501(c )3 non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the quality and availability of sports medicine to athletes participating in action sports. The foundation was formed in 2003 by Dr. Steve Augustine, and is based out of Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute, Florida. Our desire is to become a quality resource for athletes who are looking to receive sports medicine on site services, and for the various health care workers who are looking to provide these services. The primary sports that we will be serving are motocross, BMX, skateboarding, wakeboarding and surfing. Within this population, we will focus on the amateur athlete. Our goal is to enhance the level of on site medical care at the grass roots level. In so doing, we can develop a healthier and better conditioned group of athletes, thus enabling them to maximize their capabilities and participation in their chosen sports. Secondarily, we feel confident that we can raise the level of understanding of these sports within the medical community, thus enabling other health care practitioners to better deal with the needs of this unique group of athletes. Please visit the websites and