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A must-win situation for Azizul and Co in South Korea

PETALING JAYA: There are no buts about it – Azizulhasni Awang and Co have to bag gold at the Asian Track Cycling Championships to keep their hopes of Olympic Games qualification alive.

Sapura show they’re ‘in Vogt’ again

JOHOR BARU: It has been an excellent month for Sapura Cycling Team as they bagged a double within two weeks.

Cycling: Campenaerts breaks Wiggins' one-hour record in Mexico

(Reuters) - Belgian Victor Campenaerts broke Bradley Wiggins' UCI hour record at Mexico's Velodromo Bicentenario on Tuesday.

Eddyna loses out on a medal by a whisker

PETALING JAYA: It was a case of so close yet so far for Eddyna Nasuhar Zainal Abidin at the Asian BMX Championships.

Gilbert wins another Monument with Roubaix triumph

ROUBAIX (Reuters) - Belgian Philippe Gilbert added to his impressive haul when he claimed his fourth 'Monument' classic by mastering the cobbles to win the Paris-Roubaix on Sunday.

Dyball seals overall victory as Benfatto rules final stage

PETALING JAYA: Benjamin Dyball became the first Australian to take home the overall title at the Le Tour de Langkawi since its inauguration in 1996 when Damian McDonald won it.

Le Tour de Langkawi 2019 overall winner Benjamin Dyball of Team Sapura Cycling (in yellow jersey) celebrates on the podium with (from left) points classification winner Travis McCabe of Floyd’s Pro Cycling, winner of King of the Mountain Angus Lyon (Oliver’s Real Food) and winner of the Best Asian Rider Vadim Pronskiy (Vino Astana Motors) after the completion of the eighth and final stage in Kuah, Langkawi. —AFP

Le Tour De Langkawi: Italians rule the roost

ITALIANS hogged the limelight for the third day in a row as Simone Bevilacqua shocked the established sprinters to grab the penultimate 106.8km Stage 7 which started and ended at Pantai Cenang (Cenang Beach) in Langkawi Island.

Scenic backdrop: Cyclists ride during Stage 7 of the LTdL from Pantai Cenang to Pantai Cenang in Langkawi yesterday. — AFP

TDIJ off-track due to lack of funds

KUALA LUMPUR: The Tour De Iskandar Johor (TDIJ) scheduled from April 17-21 has hit a snag.

Matteo makes it two

ALOR SETAR: Matteo Pelucchi proved his mettle as a sprinter by powering to a second consecutive stage win – the short 130.8km Stage Six – from Bagan to Alor Setar.

Winner again: Italian Matteo Pelucchi of Androni Gioccatoli-Sidermec team celebrates after winning Stage Six of the LTdL  yesterday. — Bernama

Cycling - Froome to race for Team Sky in Tour of the Alps

(Reuters) - Chris Froome will lead Team Sky at the Tour of the Alps this month as he steps up preparations for the Tour de France, organisers said on Wednesday.