Malaysian suffers same fate as Azizul – starting high up the rails

A job well done: Mohd Shah Firdaus Sahrom settled for another bronze on the final day of the track cycling competition. — AFP

MOHD Shah Firdaus Sahrom had been poised to follow in Azizulhasni Awang’s footsteps and take the Asian Games men’s keirin gold medal. Instead, he had almost the same bad luck that Azizulhasni had suffered at the Tokyo Olympics.

He was drawn to start on the far right side, high up the rails.

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