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A boost for athletes

CYCLIST Mohamed Rizal Tisin and badminton player Wong Mew Choo were named as the Selangor Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year 2006.

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Keen battle in store for sports awards

CYCLIST Mohamed Rizal Tisin and bowler Alex Liew are the strong contenders for the Sportman of The Year 2006 in the Selangor Sports Awards to be announced tonight.

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Cycling project draws interest

FOLLOWING the launch of itspilot programme in SekolahKebangsaan Seksyen 7, ShahAlam in January, the Cycling InitiatorPanel, spearheaded by a group offormer national cyclists, is movingforward to promote cycling at grassroots.

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Riding high on a rough terrain

The hilly spot in Damansara Perdana, with a lake for a backdrop, usually offers a sense of tranquility to visitors. But not last Sunday when it became the venue of the opening leg of the MTB (mountain bike) Downhill National Circuit.

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Cyclist stays on the right track

THE improvement on her personal best in the women's 3km individual pursuit was definitely the highlight of last season for national track cyclist Uracca Leow, 20.

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Melbourne stint for our riders ahead of Asiad

National cycling coach Ng Joo Ngan's charges have received a boost in their preparation for the Asian Games, which will be held in Doha from Dec 1-15.

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Cycling: Azizul, Fatehah seen as the future stars

For their impressive showings in the just concluded Asian Cycling Championships, juniors Mohd Azizul Awang Hasni and Fatehah Mustafa will be based overseas in a bid to groom them to become world-class riders.

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A disappointing 20th spot for Yong Li

Spain-based Ng Yong Li emerged as Malaysia's best performer in the 173km individual road race of the Asian Cycling Championships - but there was disappointment written on his face afterwards.

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Azizul’s hopes come crashing

Two falls put paid to Mohd Azizul Awang Hasni's hopes of staying among the chasing pack for honours in the 119.7km individual road race in the Asian Cycling Championships at Putrajaya on Friday.

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Cyclist Ng Yong Li disappointed with performance

Spain-based Ng Yong Li emerged as Malaysian's best performer but there was sheer disappointment on his face after the 173km individual road race - the final event of the Asian Cycling Championships at Putrajaya on Saturday.