Cycling: Azizul storms into final to keep medal hope alive


  • Cycling
  • Sunday, 08 Aug 2021

Yuta Wakimoto of Japan, Stefan Boetticher of Germany, Denis Dmitriev of the Russian Olympic Committee, Matthew Glaetzer of Australia, Kwesi Browne of Trinidad & Tobago and Azizulhasni Mohd Awang of Malaysia in action during the Men's Keirin - Quarterfinal at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Azizulhasni Awang stormed into the Olympic Games men’s keirin final in style by winning his semi-final heat at Izu Velodrome on Sunday (Aug 8).

The 33-year-old won Heat 2 ahead of Maximilian Levy of Germany and reigning world champion Harrie Lavreysen, who will be joining him in the final later.

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