Ridwan hoping for bro Shah to join him on podium

Great ride: (From left) Umar Hasbullah, Mohd Fadhil Zonis and Mohd Ridwan Sahrom celebrate after winning the men’s team sprint bronze.

MOHD Ridwan Sahrom has done his part. Now, he is hoping big brother Mohd Shah Firdaus Sahrom can join him as a medallist at the Hangzhou Asian Games track cycling competition.

The 22-year-old Ridwan anchored the men’s team sprint trio to the bronze medal to clock 44.165s, beating the Taiwanese combination of Hsiao Mei-yu, Wang Tzu-chun, Chen Ching-yun, who posted 44.276s.

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