Coach Herman says young riders on track to win medals at world meet


Confident: Herman Terryn (right) took charge of the national junior squad in February and believes his athletes have the potential to make the podium at the World Junior Championships.

PETALING JAYA: The World Junior Championships in Luoyang, China from Aug 21-25 will be the first big test for national track cycling back-up coach Herman Terryn.

The Frenchman, who produced France’s 2022 sprint world champion Mathilde Gros, took charge of the national junior squad in February and believes his athletes have the potential to make the podium in China.

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