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Nicole Kidman pays tribute to Australian BMX rider Logan Martin after he wins gold at the Olympics  

‘Congratulations from this BMX Bandit’: Nicole Kidman pays tribute to Australian Logan Martin after he wins gold at the Tokyo Olympics

Nicole Kidman was one of the many Aussies celebrating Logan Martin’s historic win at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday.

In a post on Instagram on Monday, the 54-year-old actress paid tribute to the BMX rider, sharing a photo of herself in a vintage T-shirt from her 1983 film, BMX Bandits.

‘Congratulations from this BMX Bandit to @LoganMartinBMX for winning the first ever Olympic Gold Medal for #FreestyleBMX!’ she captioned the post.

Proud fan: Nicole Kidman was one of the many Aussies celebrating Logan Martin’s historic win at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday

Nicole flashed a thumbs-up sign while wearing a white T-shirt with the BMX Bandits artwork printed on the front.

Despite tagging Logan, 27, in the post, the Olympian is yet to respond to his famous fan.  

Nicole made her film debut in BMX Bandits when she was just 16, before going on to find global fame in Hollywood.

'Congratulations from this BMX Bandit to @LoganMartinBMX for winning the first ever Olympic Gold Medal for #FreestyleBMX!' she wrote. Pictured, Logan Martin competing at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday

‘Congratulations from this BMX Bandit to @LoganMartinBMX for winning the first ever Olympic Gold Medal for #FreestyleBMX!’ she wrote. Pictured, Logan Martin competing at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday

The film tells the story of a group of teens who in addition to performing tricks on their BMX bikes, find themselves embroiled with a gang of criminals. 

Meanwhile, Logan became Australia’s first BMX freestyle gold medallist.

The excitable athlete took to Instagram shortly after his historic Olympic win on Sunday.  

Breakthrough role: Nicole made her film debut in BMX Bandits when she was just 16, before going on to find global fame in Hollywood

Breakthrough role: Nicole made her film debut in BMX Bandits when she was just 16, before going on to find global fame in Hollywood

‘I WON THE FIRST EVER OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL FOR FREESTYLE BMX,’ he captioned a photo of himself with his gold medal.

‘So grateful! The amount of support I’ve received this past week has been amazing! I honestly appreciate all the messages and comments, you guys are the best!!

‘This is by far the biggest win in my career and I can’t believe I can say I have an Olympic gold medal! I LOVE YOU GUYS’.

'I WON THE FIRST EVER OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL FOR FREESTYLE BMX,' an ecstatic Logan captioned a photo of himself with his Olympic gold medal

‘I WON THE FIRST EVER OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL FOR FREESTYLE BMX,’ an ecstatic Logan captioned a photo of himself with his Olympic gold medal

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