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Nur Azlia Makes Clean Sweep At ATC 2018

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NILAI – National paralympic women’s track cycling athlete, Nur Azlia Syafinaz Mohd Zais is in a league of her own after she made a clean sweep of gold medals in all events she participated with her pilot, Noraidilina Adilla J. Sam, at the Asian Track Cycling Championship (ATC) 2018. Nur Azlia maintained her winning streak…

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Khairil Aslan Not Put Off By Hot Weather, Strong Winds

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ALOR SETAR – The hot weather and strong winds during the ride from Kuala Perlis to Masjid Zahir could not stop Khairil Aslan Ab Rashid from continuing his solo cycling expedition called “Dari Masjid Ku Menjelajah”. Khairil Aslan, 42, who arrived in Kuala Perlis at 11.30am yesterday started cycling as far as 50 kilometres to…

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Youths Commiting Same Cycling Offence

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JOHOR BAHRU – A group of cycling youths who were detained by police for racing along Jalan Lingkaran Dalam near the Mahmoodiah Muslim Cemetery here early today do not seem to have learnt from the tragedy in February. This was the same location where eight teenagers died while doing the same thing on Feb 18.…

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IJN’s 2018 “My Heart My Life” Cycling Tour To Include Sabah, Sarawak

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GEORGE TOWN – The National Heart Institute (IJN) aims to include Sabah and Sarawak in its next year’s edition of ‘My Heart My Life’ cycling tour programme. Its chief executive officer Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Azhari Yakub said the programme, which had been organised annually since 2015, would continue with wider coverage specially to remote…

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Proposals To Make Cycling Safer

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KUALA LUMPUR – Participants of cycling activities must be compelled to wear helmets and to have lights and reflectors on their bicycles to make cycling safer. At the same time, federal and state governments should build a special area and organise more competitions for cycling enthusiasts. These are among the proposals made by the National…

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Dimension Data Eye Unprecedented Hat-Trick At LTdL

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KUALA LUMPUR – South Africa’s Dimension Data is the first World Tour team to have signed up for the 22nd edition of the Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) which will be held from Feb 22 to March 1. LTdL chief executive officer Emir Abdul Jalal said the team make their way to South East Asia…

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MNCF Picks Nilai Velodrome As Venue Of 2018 ACC

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KUALA LUMPUR – Nilai Velodrome in Negeri Sembilan has been picked as venue of the 2018 Asian Cycling Championships (ACC) instead of Rakyat Velodrome in Ipoh, which has not organised international races in decades. Following the change of venue, the Perak Cycling Association (PCA) withdrew as organiser of the 2018 ACC, said Malaysian National Cycling…

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Terengganu Born Lecturer Completes World Solo Cycling Tour

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KUALA TERENGGANU – A Terengganu-born lecturer ended his world solo cycling tour after he completed his 22,000km journey within 16 months yesterday. Sofian Mohd, 55, who is also a lecturer and General Studies Department head at Kuching Polytechnic, Sarawak arrived at SMK Tengku Bariah, at about 11am. He was greeted by State Youth, Sports and…

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More To Cycling Than Prize Money, Says Former National Cyclist

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PETALING JAYA: There is more to cycling competitively than winning prize money, says former Malaysian Olympic and Commonwealth Games cyclist Josiah Ng. “There were many moments that I could have adopted the RM10 mindset and just complained or quit. But I didn’t and looking back, I received something that RM10, RM100, RM1,000, or even RM1,000,000…

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A Bronze For Azizulhasni At London World Meet

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PETALING JAYA: Azizulhasni Awang has once again put Malaysia on the world cycling map with a brilliant ride to snatch bronze in the keirin event at the Track Cycling World Championships in London. The Pocket Rocketman did just enough to grab third place behind Edward Dawkins of New Zealand in the final at Lee Valley…

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Palini Takes Stage Four And Blue Jersey

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PUTRAJAYA – Italian rider, Andrea Palini of the Team Skydive Dubai Pro Cycling powered himself past the other riders in the leading pack to claim his stage win at the 2015 Jelajah Malaysia (JM2015) cycling competition, here today. The 26-year-old rider took two hours, 42 minutes and 29 seconds in the second longest route of the…

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Nur Rozi Stable After Undergoing Surgery – Coach

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KUALA LUMPUR – The condition of National junior cyclist Nur Rozi Yanti Mat Rodzi is said to stable but remains under the care of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Kajang Hospital. National junior cycling coach Suod Hussain said though Nur Rozi’s condition is stable, the rider from Perlis remains in ICU. “I was…

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Azizulhasni Awang Bags Bronze At The World Track Championships

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ST QUENTIN EN YVELINES, FRANCE – Frenchman Francois Pervis delighted the home crowd by snatching the gold medal in the keirin event at the world track championships on Thursday. Pervis, 2014 world champion in the keirin, individual sprint and time trial, was second until the last 250-metre lap when he glided past Maximilian Levy of…

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Rafaa Claims JM2014 First Stage And Yellow Jersey

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PORT DICKSON – Tunisian rider Rafaa Chtioui of Skydive Dubai Pro Cycling Team today clinched the first stage of the 2014 Jelajah Malaysia (JM2014) which comprised a distance of 150.3km from Seremban 2 to Bandar Tentera Darat, here. He crossed the line first, clocking three hours, 44 minutes and 51 seconds. Besides being the stage…

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1Media 1 M’sia Cycling Expedition Members Arrive In Mersing

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MERSING – Participants of the 1Media 1Malaysia Cycling Expedition arrived here after riding a distance of 107km from Nenasi, Pahang earlier today. The expedition, which is into its 17th day, has so far covered a distance of 1,691km. The participants, comprising 12 media practitioners, however, were a little traumatised by an accident which occurred in…

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PLBT Teams Up With TSG To Train Young Cyclists

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KUALA TERENGGANU – The Terengganu Cycling Association ( PLBT) will be placing a rider from Terengganu Pro-Asia Cycling Team (TSG) to coach Sukma cyclists in invitational championship series in future. PLBT chief coach Syed Mohd Hussaini Syed Mazlan (pic) said the initiative could give a major impact with both old and new faces. He said…

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Bronze For Josiah In Keirin, No Joy For Azizulhasni

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INCHEON – National track cycling ace Josiah Ng was not enjoying his bronze medal win today due to a controversial result involving his compatriot Azizulhasni Awang who was disqualified despite finishing second in the men’s keirin event at the Incheon International Velodrome, here. Josiah clinched a bronze medal when the Commissionaire relegated Azizulhasni for entering…

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No Joy For Cycling

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INCHEON – National track cycling ace Azizulhasni Awang achieved a personal best of 22.1s in the men’s team sprint event in the 17th Asian Games at the Incheon International Velodrome here Saturday. However, the trio of Azizulhasni, Muhammad Edrus Md Yunus and Josiah Ng (pic) finished in fifth place after recording an overall time of…

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