- 1st - 2012 BMX World Championships (Birmingham, Great Britain)
- 7th - 2012 Oceania Continental Championships (Nerang, Australia)
- 2nd - 2012 North American Championships (Oldsmar, USA)
- 6th - 2011 BMX Supercross #3 (London, England)
- 4th - BMX World Championships (Copenhagen, Denmark)
- 8th - 2011 BMX Supercross #2 (Papendal, The Netherlands)
- 15th - 2011 BMX Supercross #1 (Pietermaritzburg, South Africa)
- 1st - 2011 Australian BMX Nationals (Cairns, Australia)
- Winning 2010 American Bicycle Association National Number 1 Pro
- Winning The 2009 Elite Men's World Cup overall
- Being the only person to ever win back-to-back Junior Elite World Titles
- In 2008 at the age of 17, Willoughby took out his first Junior World Title in China. The year also saw Willoughby record wins in Australia, New Zealand and the United States, all while completing his year 12 studies. The following year he defended his title in front of a home crowd becoming the first rider to win back-to-back Junior World Titles.
- He has since taken this blistering form into the senior ranks. He was ranked the World's Best BMX rider at the end of 2010, as well as receiving the accolade of Australia's Elite Male BMX Cyclist of the Year. His soaring 2011 results have pulled Australia up to be the highest placed BMX nation.
- Willoughby made his biggest international breakthrough in 2012 when he won his first senior BMX World Title. Willoughby won gold at the 2012 World Championships in Birmingham, England cementing him as a genuine Olympic medal chance.
- Willoughby started BMX racing when he was 6 years old in his hometown of Adelaide. He is now based in the USA.
Years on national team
Wade Bootes (2006 - current)
Danny Kolsky (2010 - current)
Primary Training Base
San Diego, USA
Secondary Training Base
Gold Coast, Australia
Future BMX (Chula Vista, USA)
South Australian Sports Institute, Adelaide
Hallett Cove South Primary (SA, Australia)
Brighton Secondary School (SA, Australia)