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Injuries forced track cyclist Junaidi Nasir to give up his Olympic dream and go into retirement...Junaidi, who was previously with the likes of Azizulhasni Awang and Josiah Ng in the national training base in Melbourne, has turned to coaching and is
Celebrated Malaysian cyclist Daud Ibrahim would have loved to see his son Fakhruddin be as good as he was at the prime of his career. But sadly, Daud passed away in a road accident in Johor last November when his car was rammed from behind by a lorry.
Malaysian cyclists Rizal Tisin, Azizulhasni Awang and Josiah Ng have made superb breakthroughs on the world stage but, sadly, there are no grass-roots programmes at the school level...Friday when they handed over 50 bicycles and helmets to SMK Tengku
Cycling coach John Beasley is not just on a mission to bring a Malaysian to the podium at the London Olympics next year but his bigger vision is to develop a proper grassroots programme in all the states. This was what he had in mind as he blew out
Its a done deal for track cyclists Azizulhasni Awang and Fatehah Mustapa as far as qualification for the 2012 London Olympics is concerned. The Games may be more than a year away but coach John Beasley said that Azizul and Fatehah had enough ranking
KUALA LUMPUR - Not only Azizulhasni Awang who continue to target to win the gold medal especially for Keirin cycling through the 2012 Olympic Games, but now Fatehah Mustafa is also a hope for Malaysia. She will be hunting for medals at
Three-time World Cup track cycling champion Azizulhasni Awang, who is busy preparing for his wedding reception in Ipoh on Sunday, had a pleasant surprise when he was honoured with the Yayasan Sime Darby (YSD) Outstanding Achiever Award yesterday.
It was his first visit to Holland to compete in the World Track Championships but that did not bring a dose of good luck for track cyclist Josiah Ng. The reigning Commonwealth Games champion dropped the sprint to focus on the keirin but there was no
The pain of having to sit out the previous edition in Copenhagen to fully recover from an ankle fracture is all the motivation Rizal Tisin needs to crank up the power to put Malaysia on the medal board at the World Track Championships in Apeldoorne,
Malaysia will have a lot of catching up to do if they are to qualify for the team sprint in the London Olympics next year. The trio of Josiah Ng, Mohd Edrus Yunos and Rizal Tisin only managed 15th place with a time of 46.470 on the opening day of the