Joo Ngan insists he will quit as road cycling coach

KUALA LUMPUR: National cycling legend Datuk Ng Joo Ngan remains adamant that he will no longer lead the national road squad at the Cambodia SEA Games in Phnom Penh in May.

A key player in the achievement of the national squad winning a gold medal in the men’s road events at the 2021 edition in Hanoi, Vietnam, Joo Ngan, 76, thinks it is time to hand over the reins to a younger coach.

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