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WADA opts not to suspend Russian anti-doping agency

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Tuesday it had decided not to re-impose a suspension on Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA despite Moscow missing a deadline to hand over laboratory data.

Waldron’s a hidden gem from state with no velodrome

PETALING JAYA: Watch out for Waldron Chee (pic), who has what it takes to be a shining star for Malaysia in track cycling.

Cycling - No regrets for Varnish over failed employment case

(Reuters) - Former European team sprint champion Jess Varnish said she had no regrets after losing her employment case against British Cycling and UK Sport and will consider grounds for an appeal.

Cycling - Former sprint champion Varnish loses employment case

LONDON (Reuters) - Former European team sprint champion Jess Varnish lost her employment case against British Cycling and UK Sport in a decision published on Wednesday.

Fatehah faces tough task to qualify for third Olympics

PETALING JAYA: Track cyclist Fatehah Mustapa’s hopes of making a third Olympic appearance in Tokyo is fading after she failed to get on the podium in her pet event – the keirin – at the Asian Cycling Championships in Jakarta.

Work cut out for her: Fatehah Mustapa will miss the Track Cycling World Championships in Pruszkow, Poland, end of next month.

Cycling - Former British Cycling doctor charged with ordering testosterone for athlete

LONDON (Reuters) - Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman faces a medical tribunal next month after being charged with ordering 30 sachets of banned substance Testogel for an athlete in 2011.

Azizul will return to top of keirin rankings after Asian high

PETALING JAYA: Azizulhasni Awang (pic), who has never let his physique stand in the way, is again the pride of the nation in the international cycling arena.

Slumber after the sprint

PETALING JAYA: Azizulhasni Awang enjoyed a good night’s sleep after chalking up a superb come-from-behind victory in the men’s elite sprint at the Asian Cycling Championships in Jakarta.

Zzz: Azizulhasni Awang taking a nap with the winner’s jersey and gold medal hanging behind him.

Azizul fights back from brink of defeat to rule sprint

PETALING JAYA: A never-give-up attitude saw Azizulhasni Awang fight back from the brink of defeat to ensure Malaysia go back with at least one gold medal in the elite ranks of the Asian Cycling Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Getting ready: Azizulhasni Awang (left) with his coach John Beasley at the Asian Cycling Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia, yesterday.

Para cyclists end Asian campaign in Indonesia on a glittering note

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian para cyclists were unstoppable as they pedalled their way to another four gold medals to end their Asian Cycling Championships campaign in Jakarta, Indonesia, on a glorious note.

On a roll: Afiq Afify Rizan (back) and Khairil Adha Rasol won the men’s (B) 1km time trial final at the Asian Cycling Championships yesterday. — Bernama