Azizul bent on making his last Asian C’ships a special one despite issues

KUALA LUMPUR: Track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang admits his mind is not at ease after a rocky week following his public outburst on a lack of proper support system from the National Sports Council (NSC).

But being the fighter he is, the 35-year-old Tokyo Olympic silver medallist is determined to rise above the storm and shine at the Asian Championships in Nilai on Wednesday.

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