Azizul pedals his way to a bronze medal in Rio

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  • Tuesday, 16 Aug 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO: Azizulhasni Awang made the country proud by winning a bronze medal in a dramatic men's keirin final at the Olympic Games in Rio. 

The race was stopped twice because of infringement but in the third attempt, the pocket rocket Azizul did just enough to finish third to stay behind defending champion Jason Kenny of Great Britain and Matthijs Buchli of Holland in the tensed final.

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