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His spirit is not broken despite suffering a horrific injury. In fact, star cyclist Azizulhasni Awang is adamant about coming back and setting the track ablaze again. Azizul, who earned global admiration for his heroics on the track in the final
Track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang is making swift recovery from the wound suffered in Manchester last month and there is hope yet that he may make the trip to Apeldoorn, Holland, for the world championships from March 23-27. Azizul's left calf was
The trio are among the five nominees for the prestigious award along with diver Pandalela Rinong and shooter Nur Suryani Taibi. The winner, who will take home RM10,000 and a trophy, will be announced at the Saujana Golf and Country Club on March 6.
The Malaysian rider managed to get back on his bike after a high-speed crash in the Keirin final and stagger across the line, but it was only afterward that the full extent of his injury became clear.As shown in Pictures a large splinter of wood
It has been described as a giant toothpick sticking out of his left leg by a British news-paper and Malaysian track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang can thank his lucky stars that his cycling career is still intact. Azizul was recovering after undergoing
Malaysian cyclist Azizulhasni Awang was recovering on Sunday after surgery to remove a splinter from the Manchester Velodrome that went through his leg during a crash at the track World Cup event. Warriors, just hours before Australia play their
In a cycle race that was very eventful, Malaysian cyclist Azizulhasni Awang won a bronze medal..... after staggering past the finish line with a 7.8 inch piece of wood sticking all the way through his left calf. Awang was involved in a
New Zealand cycling's reputation for producing tough riders has gown another leg at the UCI World Cup in Manchester. Invercargill 21-year-old Eddie Dawkins was brought down in a heavy crash while challenging for a medal in the final of the men's
Malaysian track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang hardly had time to catch his breath after getting his individual medals at the Asian Cycling Championships in Korat, Thailand, before rushing back to the hotel to pack up and check out on Monday night itself.