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LTdL date change could affect another race

PETALING JAYA: The Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) 2019 date change is set to impact another cycling race.



Athlete-led group forms to drive change in sporting world

(Reuters) - Athletes around the world must be at the forefront of shaping the future of global sport, British Olympic cycling champion Callum Skinner said on Wednesday as he fronts a new athlete-led organisation launched following recent scandals.

Awesome Down Under

PETALING JAYA: Azizulhasni Awang and Mohd Shah Firdaus Sahrom have indicated their readiness to muscle their way to glory at the upcoming Track Cycling World Cham­pionships in Pruszkow, Poland, with superb podium wins at the Six Day Melbourne.

Double joy: Malaysia’s Azizulhasni Awang celebrates after winning the sprint race in the Six Day Melbourne meet. Mohd Shah Firdaus Sahrom (below) won the keirin gold in the same championship.

First caring carnival sees success

MORE than 25 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) came together to organise the inaugural Perak Caring NGOs Carnival alongside Ipoh’s Car Free Day.

Through the eyes of the blind

A GROUP of burly bikers hung their helmets and gloves up for a fun day of games while being blindfolded.

Minister slams use of false credentials

SEMENYIH: Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rah­man says he is “personally and principally” against the use of false education credentials by anyone.

Healthy exercise: Syed Saddiq (centre) joining in a recreational cycling event during his visit to Beranang in Hulu Langat district. — Bernama
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Netherlands planning ban on using mobile phone while cycling

Using your smartphone while driving has long been a punishable offence in many countries. But what about people who do it while cycling?

The Netherlands plans to prohibit the use of mobile phones on bicycles. — dpa

Former track cyclist Josiah to open academy next month

PETALING JAYA: Former national cyclist Josiah Ng is not going to let rejection bring him down as he looks to giving back to the sport he loves.

Alternative way: Josiah Ng’s cycling academy in Kota Damansara will offer a new training concept via e-cycling.

100 motorcyclists take part in games with the visually impaired

A GROUP of burly bikers hung their helmets and gloves for a fun day of games while being blindfolded.

Trainees from St Nicholas’ Home performing an item for the visitors at the open day. — Photos: CHAN BOON KAI/The Star