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Malaysian team let down by lead rider Sea Keong

Malaysia's challenge in the men's team time trial event of the Asian Cycling Championships ended early - no thanks to off-form lead rider Loh Sea Keong.

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Malaysian riders on track for Asiad medals

With more competitive events lined up for them, the national sprint cyclists are expected to stay on the right track to win medals in the Doha Asian Games in December.

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Rizal steals show

Malaysian senior and junior cyclists stole the show with outstanding performances on the final day of the track events in the Asian Cycling Championships at the Kuala Lumpur Velodrome on Tuesday.

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Malaysians steal show in track events of Asian Cycling meet

Malaysian senior and junior cyclists stole the show with outstanding performances on the final day of the track events in the Asian Cycling Championships at the Kuala Lumpur Velodrome on Tuesday.

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Cycling: Day of mixed fortunes

It was a day of mixed fortunes for the Malaysian team's sprint riders in the Asian Cycling Championships at the Kuala Lumpur Velodrome here yesterday.

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Cycling: Azizul sprints to gold

The national junior cyclists continued to shine in the Asian Championships when Mohd Azizul Hasni Awang and Fatehah Mustafa bagged a gold and a bronze medal respectively at the Kuala Lumpur Velodrome on Sunday.

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Junior cyclist Fatehah steals limelight on first day of Asian Championships

The attention was on the Asian Games-bound athletes but it was junior girl Fatehah Mustafa who stole the show on the opening day of the Asian Cycling Championships at the Kuala Lumpur Velodrome despite missing out on a medal.

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Hafiz's fit and eyeing a medal in Asian meet

Young cyclist Mohd Hafiz Mohd Sufian was floored for almost a month after a collision during a race in July.

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Fired up cyclists aiming for a good show

A four-month training stint in Melbourne has given the national sprint team, led by Junaidi Mohd Nasir, the confidence to go one step better in the Asian Cycling Championships, which begin tomorrow at the Kuala Lumpur Velodrome.