Azizul ends nine-year wait for his fourth Track World Cup title

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  • Saturday, 07 Dec 2019

Azizulhasni Awang

CLARK: National cyclist Azizulhasni Awang ended a nine-year wait to win his career's fourth Track World Cup in style in Cambridge, New Zealand on Saturday (Dec 7).

The 31-year-old held off former world champion Shane Perkins, now riding for Russia, to wheelie his way past the finish line.

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