From one pocket rocket to another – you have changed the landscape


KUALA LUMPUR: The success of national track cyclist Nurul Izzah Izzati Asri in winning the women’s keirin gold at the Asian Championships in New Delhi has not only changed the landscape of cycling in the country, but provided a positive indicator to the future of sports in the country.

The 20-year-old Izzah certainly has a bright future in the sport which has been dominated by male cyclists, especially the likes of Azizulhasni Awang.

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