Danger won’t stop Azizulhasni from taking risks


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  • Sunday, 16 Sep 2018

Grim reminder: Azizulhasni Awang in pain after being pierced by a 20cm splinter after falling down during a keirin race at the Manchester Velodrome in 2012.

PETALING JAYA: Cyclist Azizul­hasni Awang gambles with his life each time he makes a dash to the finish line, easily going at speeds up to 60kmph.

But that’s not going to stop Azizul from continuing to take risks in a sport he loves although others have suffered serious injuries due to cycling mishaps.

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