Beasley opts for strategic approach to avoid overloading Azizul

We won’t stress you out: Coach John Beasley wants to ensure Azizulhasni Awang remains fit and raring to blaze the track in the Paris Olympics.

KUALA LUMPUR: While many athletes ramp up their training regimes ahead of the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, that may not be the case for national track cycling ace Azizulhasni Awang.

National track cycling head coach John Beasley said he will try to avoid overloading the 36-year-old with excessive training loads, ensuring the latter remains fit and raring to blaze the track in the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome.

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