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It is comforting to stay unbeaten at the top but woman track cyclist Fatehah Mustapa does not like the feeling at all. So, the two-time Asian Championships gold medallist, who pulled off a clean sweep of all four titles at the just-concluded national
National cycling chief coach John Beasley is satisfied with the outcome of the three-day talent transfer identification programme for track cyclists. The programme, which concluded at the National Sports Institute in Bukit Jalil yesterday, sought
Updated: Friday, August 10, 2012, 12:31 PM Adidas/AFP Adidas Adipower warming pants for the Great Britain Olympic cycling team British track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy took his Olympic gold medal tally to six in London as Great Britain dominated the
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.
The support from 100Plus is a timely boost for the national track cyclists who are preparing for various tournaments this year, including the Olympic qualifying competitions for next years London Games. Cyclists like Azizulhasni Awang, Josiah Ng and
Malaysia are assured of a place in the team sprint event of the world cycling championships, which will be held in Apeldoorn, Holland, from March 23-27. But the cyclists must not let their guard down as they chase qualification for the 2012 Olympics.
With a full set of medals in the bag, the track cyclists left a big impression at the Indira Gandhi Stadium and they will be looking to end a 40-year-old gold medal drought at the Guangzhou Asian Games next month. There were a couple of firsts gained
A stricter qualifying process for the 2012 London Olympics has put the national track cyclists in a dilemma as they brace for the challenges in the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games. A country is only limited to one rider each for individual track