Beasley is here to stay

In for the long haul: John Beasley (left) will hand over the stopwatch to other coaches when Azizulhasni Awang is no longer an active competitor.

PETALING JAYA: One of the longest and successful coach-athlete relationship in the country will cease after the Paris Olympics next year when track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang stops riding for the national team.

But fear not as his coach John Beasley intends to continue contributing to the country, albeit in a different role.

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