Tory Nyhaug continues to dominate the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup time trial, winning his third straight title on Saturday in Papendal, Netherlands.

The Canadian’s impressive season began when he won his first ever World Cup time trial at the opener in Argentina. After getting his first taste of a World Cup victory, Nyhaug followed up with another title in England just two weeks later, before claiming his third in the Netherlands.

Tory Nyaung celebrates his third straight BMX Supercross World Cup time trial title in Papendel, Netherlands on May 7, 2016. (Photo: UCI BMX Supercross)

Tory Nyaung celebrates his third straight BMX Supercross World Cup time trial title in Papendel, Netherlands on May 7, 2016. (Photo: UCI BMX Supercross)

Nyhaug won the event in a time of 36.861 seconds, followed by Alfredo Campo of Ecuador (37.185s) who finished second. France’s Amidou Mir snagged third after crossing the line in 37.276s.

Nyhaug has yet to win a World Cup BMX final this season, but he’ll look to make his podium debut in the event on Sunday.