Year of positive cycle ends with stunning double


She’s doing all ride: Perlis-born Anis Amira Rosidi is the only Malaysian woman track cyclist training in the Melbourne base under Australian coach John Beasley.

PETALING JAYA: Call it an annus mirabilis. Malaysian woman track cyclist Anis Amira Rosidi ended 2019 on a high note by winning a stunning double in the Bendigo Bank Invitational in Tasmania.

The 21-year-old claimed the women’s sprint A final by finishing ahead of Australians Alana Field and Lauren Perry.

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